Purple Hearts


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After making the determination that the victims of the Fort Hood attack are now eligible for the Purple Heart, it seems only right and fair that these soldiers also receive the benefits it traditionally entails," McHugh said in a statement Thursday.
In January 2015, Purple Heart Homes provided Samantha and Benjamin Christopher with the keys to their renovated home complete with a big back yard and plenty of room for their growing family.
Congress passed a defense policy bill Friday evening that includes a provision making victims of the attacks at the Texas Army post eligible for the Purple Heart.
Purple Hearts aims to offer a listening ear to these female relatives through support meetings, telephone and email network.
He flew 25 missions in the South Pacific as a tail gunner in B29 bombers and won a Purple Heart.
The organization now known as the "Military Order of the Purple Heart of the U.
Dozens of Purple Heart medals were awarded here Friday to victims of the rampage at the military base, capping years of waiting for the United States' oldest military award and the benefits that come with it.
An Arizona man whose father was killed during World War II fighting on the island of Iwo Jima was in Vermont Friday to receive the Purple Heart medal his father earned 70 years ago.
About 400 members of the Military Order of the Purple Heart are in attendance at the convention that runs through Aug.
Sasser said he was proud to receive the Purple Heart, adding ``I would rather be back with my guys in Iraq.
They had no thought of their fellow disabled veterans in mind when they come up with this policy, which includes the rule requiring a Purple Heart and another requiring 20 years of active service.