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Another of his medals is the Meritorious Service Medal.
WILLIAM W COMBOW 2010
I see from your jacket that you have medals from the Great War.
Stalag 18A 2010
The fraudulent written or spoken claim of military valor medals is a criminal offense punishable by up to six months in prison or a fine of $5,000, according to C. Douglas Sterner, whose "Home of the Brave" Web site has smoked out hundreds of military frauds.
GLENN MARSHALL 2010
Teen who wrote about man who claimed to have medals is the son of a real hero
NEWS February2010 2010
You can even win medals for that kind of combat now.
To the U.S. athletes, having the most medals is more than important.
Manchess is widely awarded within the industry, garnering (among others) gold and silver medals from the Society of Illustrators in bot New York and Los Angeles, a Best in Show Award from the L.A. Society of Illustrators, the Hamilton King Award, the Stephan Dohanos Award, and a Spectrum silver medal.
The reason countries get medals is because of their sporting infrastructure.
Before the Torino Games, he already was an action sports superstar with a suitcase full of snowboard and skateboard gold medals from the X Games and Dew Tour.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport heard lawyers for the women on Monday challenge the International Olympic Committee's decision to strip the U.S. relay medals from the 2000 Sydney Games.