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    • National Medal of Honor Day


      On March 25th, Americans commemorated National Medal of Honor Day, a day dedicated to honoring the brave individuals who have been awarded the nation's highest military honor for their acts of valor and heroism. This prestigious medal is awarded to members of the United States Armed Forces who have gone above and beyond the call of duty in risking their lives to save others.

      Throughout the country, ceremonies and events were held to pay tribute to Medal of Honor recipients and to recognize their selfless contributions to the nation. Many communities organized parades, memorial services, and educational programs to raise awareness about the significance of this distinguished honor and the sacrifices made by these extraordinary individuals.

      National Medal of Honor Day serves as a poignant reminder of the valor and courage displayed by those who have served in the armed forces, embodying the highest ideals of duty, honor, and sacrifice. It is a day for Americans to come together and reflect on the profound impact of these individuals' actions on our nation's history and values.

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