Purple Hearts

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purple hearts

Purple Heart

Purple Hearts

Purple Heart

purple heart noun

Purple Heart Medal

Purple Heart Medal

purple hearts n.

purple hearts n.

DOLE, Robert Joseph (born 1923), Purple Heart; Special Counsel, Alston & Bird, since 2003; Founder and President, Bob Dole Enterprises Inc.

POWELL, Colin Luther (born 1937), Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Air Medal, Purple Heart; Secretary of State, USA, 2001–05; Strategic Limited Partner, Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers, since 2005

MANCHESTER, William (1922 - 2004), Purple Heart (US) 1945; author; Fellow, East College, 1968–86, writer in residence since 1974, and Adjunct Professor of History, 1979–92, then Professor Emeritus, Wesleyan University; Fellow, Pierson College, Yale University, since 1991

TAYLOR, Maxwell Davenport (1901 - 1987), Silver Star 1943 (Oak Leaf Cluster, 1944); Legion of Merit; Bronze Star; Purple Heart; Consultant to President of US; President, Institute of Defense Analyses; Member, Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board, since 1965

MOORER, Thomas Hinman (1912 - 2004), Defense Distinguished Service Medals, 1973 and 1974; Navy DSM 1965, 1967, 1968, 1970; Army DSM 1974; Air Force DSM 1974; Silver Star 1942; Legion of Merit, 1945; DFC 1942; Purple Heart, 1942; Presidential Unit Citation, 1942; Board Member: Blount Inc.; Fairchild Industries; USLICO; CACI

BURKE, Arleigh Albert (1901 - 1996), Legion of Merit (with 2 Gold Stars and Army Oak Leaf Cluster); Silver Star Medal, Purple Heart, Presidential Unit Citation Ribbon (with 3 stars), Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon; Chief of Naval Operations, US Navy and Member of Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1955–61, retired; Member of Board of Directors, Freedoms Foundation, at Valley Forge

GOODPASTER, Andrew Jackson (1915 - 2005), United States Army, retired; US Medal of Freedom, 1984; DSC (US); DSM (Def.) (Oak Leaf Cluster); DSM (Army) (3 Oak Leaf Clusters); DSM (Navy); DSM (Air Force); Silver Star; Legion of Merit (Oak Leaf Cluster); Purple Heart (Oak Leaf Cluster); Superintendent, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York (in grade of Lt-Gen.), 1977–81


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