Superior Conduct ~

Author: yankeemom  //  Category: Heroes


Another example of what the media does not consider newsworthy:

JINSA Again Honors America’s Military Heroes

Roger Aronoff  —   December 7, 2012

Accuracy in Media

This week I attended an annual event put on by the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA), which honored six young military heroes. The six represented each of the five branches of the U.S. military and the U.S. Special Operations Command. They were honored “for having distinguished themselves through superior conduct in the War on Terrorism,” and each received a Grateful Nation Award from JINSA. JINSA is a Washington-based think tank that focuses on issues of the U.S. and Israel in national security.


Below are the stories of the six military heroes as written in the program for the evening’s event:

~United States Army

Sergeant First Class James Osaer

~United States Marine Corps

Sergeant Brian M. Riddle

~United States Navy

Petty Officer Second Class Eric J. Strauss

~United States Air Force

Technical Sergeant Clint T. Campbell

~United States Coast Guard

Petty Officer First Class Jonathan Tatroe

~United States Special Operations Command

Master Sergeant Paul L. Wiseman, USA

Read about them here.


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