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Captain Humbert Roque “Rocky” Versace, MOH recipient for actions as a POW, Hall of Heroes

Captain Humbert Roque “Rocky” Versace, MOH recipient for actions as a POW, Hall of Heroes

Captain Humbert Roque “Rocky” Versace  (July 2, 1937 – September 26, 1965) was a United States Army officer of Puerto Rican-Italian descent who was posthumously awarded the United States' highest military decoration—the Medal of Honor—for his heroic actions while a prisoner of war(POW) during the Vietnam War. He was the first member of the U.S. Army to be awarded the Medal of Honor for actions performed in Southeast Asia while in captivity.

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Melvin Morris, Hall of heroes

Melvin Morris, Hall of heroes

Medal of Honor recipient for his valorous actions on September 17, 1969, while commanding the Third Company, Third Battalion of the IV Mobile Strike Force near Chi Lang, Vietnam

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SGT Gordon Douglas Yntema, Hall of Heroes.

SGT Gordon Douglas Yntema, Hall of Heroes.

 DET A-431 (CAI CAI), D CO, 5TH SF GROUP, South Vietnam, Kien Phong province

KIA 01/18/1968 through hostile action, small arms fire.

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First Lieutenant George K. Sisler, Hall of Heroes

First Lieutenant George K. Sisler, Hall of Heroes

lLt 0-2, 5th SFG(A), FOB 2 Kontum, Ops 35, MACV SOG, KIA-RR Medal of Honor  Recipient

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COL Robert L. Howard, Hall of Heroes

COL Robert L. Howard, Hall of Heroes

COL Bob Howard served five tours in Vietnam and is the only soldier in our nation's history to be nominated for the Congressional Medal of Honor three times for three separate actions within a thirteen month period. The first nomination was downgraded to the Distinguished Service Cross. The second nomination was downgraded to the Silver Star. The third nomination was downgraded to a 2nd Distinguished Service Cross but later upgraded to the Medal of Honor. 
     
     He received a direct appointment from Master Sergeant to 1st Lieutenant in 1969, and was awarded the Medal of Honor by President Richard M. Nixon at the White House in 1971. His other awards for valor include the Distinguished Service Cross - our nation's second highest award, the Silver Star - the third highest award, and numerous lesser decorations including eight Purple Hearts. He received his decorations for valor for actions while serving as an NCO (Non-Commissioned Officer).

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Sergeant First Class Jose Rodela, Hall of Heroes

Sergeant First Class Jose Rodela, Hall of Heroes

Company Commander of 3rd Battalion, 3rd Mobile Strike Force Command, 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne),  in the steep, jungle-covered hills Phuoc Long Province, South Vietnam, Sept. 1, 1969

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Staff Sergeant Robert J. Miller, Hall of Heroes.

Staff Sergeant Robert J. Miller, Hall of Heroes.

ODA 3312, Special Operations Task Force-33, Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan during combat operations against an armed enemy in Konar Province, Afghanistan on January 25, 2008

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Sergeant First Class Eugene Ashley, Jr. Hall of Heroes.

Sergeant First Class Eugene Ashley, Jr. Hall of Heroes.

Sergeant First Class
DET A-101 (LANG VEI), C CO, 5TH SF GROUP, USARV
Army of the United States

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CSM Bennie G. Adkins, Hall of Heroes.

CSM Bennie G. Adkins, Hall of Heroes.

SFC Bennie Adkins, while serving with Detachment A-102, Camp A Shau, Republic of Vietnam, 5th SFG(A), 1st Special Forces. Medal of Honor Recipient.

 

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Jory Jory:

I don't know what to say. He is such a silver tongue devil. He slid into our lives and we fell for his line of BS. This was back in the late 80's/early 90's. Met him in a local biker bar, he was a musician. I said, Thank you and welcome home. I lent him $$. I introduced him to a friend and that turned into a nightmare. Boy, he's got a special place in heaven. On a nicer note, Thanks so much for this site

SuperUser Account:

No Idea. It's hard to follow up on these guys as the workload is very heavy. We expose them and move on.

william frank grist:

Great site I am glad to see it in operation. William Frank Grist SF

U.S. Naval Aircrewman (90-95):

He's also a registered sex offender....and a scum bag.

U.S. Naval Aircrewman (90-95):

I think this is well known by this point - but for added extra bonus actually is a REAL registered sex offender. This guy is a danger to the community in a multitude of ways & he shows no shame or remorse & he's also a real d-bag. He needs to get locked up.

Brian M Whitney:

Is he still getting 100% disability or was he ever? Whats the deal with this story?

Don Canaday:

Every time some faker claiming to be SF gets in trouble or acts up, it can reflect badly on us in the media. Another reason to point them out when they present themselves.

DZKLAY62:

Wow! I am stupefied that a sex offender would expose himself to so much attention and expect the truth to not come out...

DZKLAY62:

I refuse to believe any SF or Operator would wear that bow tie, just saying.

DZKLAY62:

Usually when I see a guy with this much shite on a vest, jacket and hats he does not pass the smell test. If you screaming that loud "look at me I am a hero" you probably aren't.

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