Thank you for posting this.I've shared it on FACEBOOK, USA LIFE, and GAB.
& thank you.
Strange, none of the news outlets ever mention Teddy Roosevelt was aMOH recipient.
Didn't know about his son:https://www.defense.gov/Explore/Features/Story/Article/1756807/medal-of-honor-monday-army-lt-col-teddy-roosevelt/Roosevelt's son Theodore Roosevelt Jr. also received the Medal of Honor, one of only two father-son pairs to do so (the other is Arthur MacArthur Jr. and Douglas MacArthur). He served in World War I and WWII and gained a reputation for leading from the front.At 56, Theodore Roosevelt Jr. was the oldest man and only general to storm the beaches of Normandy on D-Day with the first wave of American troops. He earned his medal at Utah Beach for ''gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life, above and beyond the call of duty'' while leading successive waves of troops inland to their objectives.