- September 12, 2016 -

FOURTEEN MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENTS ENDORSE DONALD J. TRUMP FOR PRESIDENT

The Fourteen Medal of Honor Recipients Span Four Conflicts And 75 Years Of Honorable Service


NEW YORK, NY – Fourteen Medal of Honor recipients endorsed Donald J. Trump for president today. Their service spans 75 years, four conflicts, and four branches of the U.S. military.

“It is a tremendous honor to have the support of these fourteen heroes who bravely fought to defend America and rid the world of tyranny. These soldiers are the personification of courage under fire; they are the best of us all. Their honorable service to our country is an inspiration to every one of us and is a reminder that America has been the world’s most indispensable nation because of the great character of our people. I thank each of these Medal of Honor recipients for their faith in me to serve as our next president and commander-in-chief.” – Donald J. Trump

Full List:

World War II

Woody Williams, Chief Warrant Officer-4 USMC, Retired

Korea

Bob Simanek, Private First Class USMC, Retired

Vietnam

Bennie Adkins, Command Sergeant Major US Army, Retired

Pat Brady, Major General US Army, Retired

Sammy Davis, Sergeant First Class US Army, Retired

Hal Fritz, Colonel US Army, Retired

Michael Fitzmaurice, US Army, Retired

Robert Ingram, Petty Officer USN, Retired

Jim Livingston, Major General USMC, Retired

Bob Patterson, Command Sergeant Major US Army, Retired

Mike Thornton, Lieutenant USN, Retired

Leo Thorsness, Colonel USAF, Retired

Jay Vargas, Colonel USMC, Retired

Global War on Terror (Afghanistan)

Leroy Petry, Master Sergeant US Army, Retired