SFC Alwyn Cashe deserves the Medal Of Honor

SFC Alwyn Cashe deserves the Medal Of Honor

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SFC Alwyn Cashe, a 35-year-old infantryman who died Nov. 8, 2005 from catastrophic burns he sustained during the heroic rescue effort in Samara, Iraq, has long been championed as one of the most deserving heroes of the post-9/11 conflicts to be passed over for the Medal of Honor.

On Oct. 17, 2005, he pulled all six of his soldiers out of the burning vehicle, despite his fuel-soaked uniform, which ignited as he entered the Bradley again and again. Three of the soldiers would later die of their burns, and three would survive due to his heroic efforts.

SFC Cashe posthumously received the Silver Star, the third-highest valor award, for his act of heroism, but he also deserves the Medal Of Honor.

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