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Old 26 March 2017, 00:16
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Kyle Carpenter impresses me every time I hear him speak. A truly humble, quiet professional an warrior.

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+10. Humble and showed the true meaning of being a warrior and protecting your brothers in arms.
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Next time you're looking for a way to kill a couple hours, I highly recommend:

https://www.youtube.com/user/MedalOf...s?spfreload=10

Best short video series I've seen in a LONG time. My favorite part of the Band of Brothers series was the interviews with the guys. There are very similar and there are almost a hundred I believe, from WWII, Korea and Vietnam.

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Old 11 May 2017, 23:18
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Next time you're looking for a way to kill a couple hours, I highly recommend:

https://www.youtube.com/user/MedalOf...s?spfreload=10

Best short video series I've seen in a LONG time. My favorite part of the Band of Brothers series was the interviews with the guys. There are very similar and there are almost a hundred I believe, from WWII, Korea and Vietnam.
+1..Great videos..intense.

On a lighter note, in the video below..the gentleman is informed of his MOH by a Private named Sergeant Major.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hpRpXh66CpQ
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Old 11 May 2017, 23:49
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[QUOTE=NYwood914;1058648656]+1..Great videos..intense.

On a lighter note, in the video below..the gentleman is informed of his MOH by a Private named Sergeant Major.

I answered the phone in orderly room one day, an the individual on the other in of the line this is Private Sergeant Major, TOP. I asked what can I do for you SGM, he stated no this is Private Sergeant Major, with a dumb look on my face, I stated again what can I do for you SGM. He stated NO I am a PVT my first name is Sergeant Major, I through ok who in the hell is trying to pull a joke on me.

His first name was Sergeant Major.
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