SECOND LIEUTENANT GEORGE W. ALEXANDER, JR., United States Marine Corps. For extraordinary heroism as Intelligence Officer of the Third Battalion, Fifth Marines, First Marine Division (Reinforced), in action against enemy […]
Yale G. Allen, On 5 March 1969, Yale’s company of Marines initiated an assualt against a North Vietnamese Army regiment occupying nine bunkers on top of a hill near Ca […]
For extraordinary heroism while serving as an Automatic Rifleman in Company G, Third Battalion, Fifth Marines, First Marine Division (Reinforced), in action against enemy aggressor forces on a hill overlooking […]
For extraordinary heroism while serving with Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 364, Marine Aircraft Group Sixteen, First Marine Aircraft Wing in the Republic of Vietnam. On 9 May 1969 Sergeant Altazan […]
COMMANDER ARTHUR F. ANDERS, received what was then the Navy’s third highest decoration, the Navy Cross for his extraordinary heroism on 12 December 1937 while serving as Executive Officer of […]
REAR ADMIRAL ROBERT JOHN ARCHER for extraordinary heroism as Commanding Officer of the U.S.S. EVANS, in action against enemy Japanese forces while assigned to Radar Picket Duty off Okinawa on […]
No citation currently on file. Admiral Arison resided in South Carolina.
No citation currently on file. Admiral Armstrong was a LIFE MEMBER and resided in Maryland.
RUSSELL P. ARMSTRONG. For extraordinary heroism while serving as a Platoon Commander with Company I, Third Battalion, Twenty-sixth Marines, Third Marine Division in the Republic of Vietnam on 7 and […]
ADMIRAL (then Commander) JACKSON DOMINICK ARNOLD, for extraordinary heroism as Group Commander and Flight Leader in Fighter-Bombing Squadron TWO, attached to the U.S.S. HORNET, during action against enemy Japanese forces […]