Bronze Star Medal

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a United States military decoration awarded for meritorious service (except in aerial flight)

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led a group of senators in calling for an investigation of the Federal Emergency Management Agencys (FEMA) decision, following the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria, to award over $30 million in contracts to Bronze Star LLC for temporary roofing materials in Puerto Rico that were never delivered.
I'm honored," he said after accepting seven medals, including the World War II Victory Medal, the American Campaign Medal, the Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal with one bronze star, the Combat Action Ribbon, the Discharge Button and the Honorable Service Lapel Pin, known as the ruptured duck.
Eighteen veterans also received the Bronze Star for valor.
The 16-year old had to complete a series of logic and IQ tests before winning the bronze star for her team,.
BRONZE STAR Represents participation in campaigns or operations, multiple qualification or an additional award to any of the various ribbons on which it is authorized.
However, in comparison with the wholesale awards of this decoration in later years, Korean War Bronze Stars worn by Canadians are surely a rarity.
Born in Portland, Anderson was educated at the University of Oregon and received the Silver and Bronze stars and two Purple Hearts during his service in the U.
He is the only living Jewish Congressional Medal of Honor winner and has won three Silver Stars and two Bronze Stars during his time in the military.
These serious delays on the part of the Army Corps, coupled with Bronze Stars failure to deliver under FEMA contracts, are prohibiting survivors of Hurricane Maria from accessing urgently needed supplies, McCaskill wrote.
Bronze Stars also were awarded posthumously to Army Cpl.
He was the recipient of a Bronze Star for the Presidential Unit Citation, two Bronze Stars for serving in the European Theatre and a Bronze Star for serving in the American Theatre.
and served as a private first class in the Army, earning five bronze stars and the World War II Victory Medal after seeing action during D-Day and fighting in Central Europe.
Four of the Bronze Stars were awarded posthumously to Sergeant Marc Leger, Corporal Ainsworth Dyer, Private Richard Greed, and Private Nathan Smith who were mistakenly killed by an American pilot.
Swindle had a distinguished military career in the US Marine Corps, receiving 20 military decorations for valor in combat including two Silver Stars, two Bronze Stars and two Purple Hearts.
Army veteran of the Korean Conflict serving in Korea where he received a Combat Infantry Badge, Bronze Star with V Device, three additional Bronze Stars, Purple Heart and the Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Citation.