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Medal of Honor

On a moonlit Afghan ridge on 25 Oct 2007, Specialist 4th Class Salvatore Giunta, from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, ran alone through a barrage of gunfire to rescue his injured sergeant who was being dragged off by terrorists who had ambushed the squad. Now a staff sergeant, Giunta will soon be awarded the Medal of Honor. His award is the first such award that will not be posthumous. Frontlines of Freedom salutes this brave soldier.

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