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Minutes, &c. of the Medical Society, respecting the Fothergillian medal

Medical Society of London.

Minutes, &c. of the Medical Society, respecting the Fothergillian medal

by Medical Society of London.

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Published in [London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 6676, no. 22.
ContributionsLettsom, John Coakley, 1744-1815.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination3,[1]p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16839134M

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Prior to , the Medal of Honor could be awarded for actions not involving direct combat with "an enemy of the United States" or "opposing foreign force [s]" (actions against a party in which the U.S. is not directly engaged in war with). men earned the medal in this way. The vast majority of the non-combat medals were awarded to members of the United States Navy for their actions during. Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States. Department of the Army. Public Information Division. OCLC Number: Notes: Index is in pocket in the back. Description: vii, pages, 72 pages of plates (some color): illustrations, portraits ; 30 cm: Other Titles: Medal of Honor.

U.S.M.C. Lieutenant Frank Reasoner—who became the first Marine to be awarded the prestigious Medal of Honor for action in Vietnam—is killed by enemy fire on J   The Medal of Honor (MOH) is the nation’s highest award for military valor. It is presented by the President in the name of Congress and is often called the Congressional Medal of Honor. Since its first presentation in , close to 3, MOHs have been awarded. In , the Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs issued a committee print Author: Congressional Research Service.


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