First Lt. Michael Johnson, Virginia Beach, Va. , one of four soldiers killed in Afghanistan in Sept. 2009. Kentuckian Dakota Meyer is to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor for his efforts to rescue Johnson and three other soldiers.
First Lt. Michael Johnson, Virginia Beach, Va. , one of four soldiers killed in Afghanistan in Sept. 2009. Kentuckian Dakota Meyer is to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor for his efforts to rescue Johnson and three other soldiers.
First Lt. Michael Johnson, Virginia Beach, Va. , one of four soldiers killed in Afghanistan in Sept. 2009. Kentuckian Dakota Meyer is to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor for his efforts to rescue Johnson and three other soldiers.

Kentuckian deserves Medal of Honor, said brother of deceased Marine

July 26, 2011 12:00 AM

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