The Association of the United States Army (an advocacy organization for Army matters and people) is publishing an ongoing graphic novel series on Medal pf Honor recipients. I believe all of them are written by Chuck Dixon. So far there are seven from various wars (so far all Army guys).

They are short and all worth reading) 

I have linked to each of the actual graphic novels, which are free to read. As I become aware of additional issues about other recipients I will post them.


Jacob Parrott of the Civil War (the very first MOH recipient)

Alvin York of World War I

Henry Johnson of World War I

Audie Murphy of World War II

Daniel Inouye of World War II

Roy Benavidez of the Vietnam War

Sal Giunta of the Afghanistan War

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By the way, most of these men saved a lot of lives.

Henry Johnson of WWI, an African-American, and Daniel Inouye of WWII, a Japanese American, were not initially awarded Medals or Honor because of racial attitudes. Their awards were upgraded years later..  

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