Has anyone received 2 Medal of Honors?

Has anyone received 2 Medal of Honors?

To date, the maximum number of Medals of Honor earned by any service member has been two. The last living individual to be awarded two Medals of Honor was John J. Kelly 3 Oct 1918; the last individual to receive two Medals of Honor for two different actions was Smedley Butler, in 1914 and 1915.

Can a Medal of Honor be revoked?

There have been 19 servicemen who have received two Medals of Honor. Has anyone ever had their Medal of Honor rescinded or revoked? Yes. In 1916, Congress asked that all Medals awarded up to that point be reviewed to ensure that they met the high standards required for the award.

How many Medal of Honor recipients are alive?

103 living recipients

How many black soldiers received the Medal of Honor?

Of the 3,470 Medals of Honor awarded as of June 2015, 91 have been awarded to 90 different African-American recipients. Robert Augustus Sweeney is one of 19 men, and the only African American, to have been awarded two Medals of Honor.

How many black soldiers received the Medal of Honor in ww2?

seven African

Who has won the Medal of Honor?

  • Charles G Abrell U.S. Marine Corps Korean War.
  • James F Adams U.S. Army Civil War.
  • John G B Adams U.S. Army Civil War.
  • John Mapes Adams U.S. Marine Corps Boxer Rebellion.
  • Lucian Adams U.S. Army World War II.
  • Stanley T Adams U.S. Army Korean War.
  • William E Adams U.S. Army Vietnam War.
  • Bennie G. Adkins U.S. Army Vietnam.

How many Congressional Medal of Honor winners are there?

3,520 Medals

Who is the highest ranking black in the military?

General Parker was, and remains the highest ranking African American Military Intelligence Officer in the history of the Army. He is one of 3 African Americans in the Military Intelligence Branch to attain the rank of general officer. He was born in New Braunfels, Texas.

Who is the highest ranking military official?

General Mark A. Milley

Who is the black 4 star general?

Roscoe Robinson Jr.

Who was the first black general in the United States Army?

General Benjamin O. Davis, Sr.