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Army 2nd Lt. Daniel Inouye’s leadership and valor in WWII earned him the Medal of Honor, and it translated into a lifetime of Senate service.
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Each DoD service branch is structured a little differently (especially the Navy). Here’s an explainer on how each chain of command works.
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This Japanese-American joined the U.S. Army during World War II, but it wasn’t until Korea that his valor and devotion were recognized by all.
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You might not know it, but if a business asked to make a copy of your military ID or CAC, that’s a violation of the law.
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Despite severe wounds, Army Staff Sgt. Rodney Yano saved his troubled helicopter from crashing during a firefight in Vietnam.
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