“During the Korean War, he received the military’s highest awards for valor, including the Medal of Honor and the Distinguished Service Cross, for two bayonet charges he led as a company commander in February 1951.”
Click on photo for the report: Col. Lewis L. Millett's unconventional Army career included a court-martial under unusual circumstances during World War II. (Courtesy Of Army Historical Foundation)
I'm back. And I'm one really ticked off sailor! Bared teeth and talons! On the war path! Taking no prisoners! Make no mistake! I'll find a way or make one!! Join the fight or get the hell outta my way!! And beware the fury of the patient man!
FREE DANIEL HOLTZCLAW!! THIS COULD HAPPEN TO YOU!!
Distinguished military graduate – USNA Class of 1975
The Lone Sailor
Troubled as the restless sea...
English Standard Version (ESV)
23 Some went down to the sea in ships,
doing business on the great waters;
24 they saw the deeds of the Lord,
his wondrous works in the deep.
25 For he commanded and raised the stormy wind,
which lifted up the waves of the sea.