Presented by the National Medal of Honor Museum and Foundation
Episode Five: Medal of Honor Recipients Sgt. Maj. Matthew Williams & Sgt. Maj. Thomas “Patrick” Payne
To mark National Medal of Honor Day, host Mo Barrett talked to two of America’s most recent Medal of Honor recipients, both of whom represent the newest generation of military heroes: Sgt. Maj. Matthew Williams and Sgt. Maj. Thomas “Patrick” Payne. They discuss how their lives have changed since receiving the Medal, what it felt like to get “the call,” and the significance of National Medal of Honor Day.
Episode Four: Celebrating Black Medal of Honor Recipients with Dr. Edward Lengel, Dr. Jeff Sammons and Dr. Ri’Cha ri Sancho
In celebration of Black History Month, Dr. Jeff Sammons and Dr. Ri’Cha ri Sancho join National Medal of Honor Museum Chief Historian Edward Lengel, Ph.D., to highlight the valor and contributions of America’s Black Medal of Honor recipients. They also discuss ongoing efforts to ensure other Black military heroes deserving of the Medal receive the tribute they are due after years of delay due to discrimination and racial bias.
Episode Three: Congressional Medal of Honor Citizens Honor Recipient Molly Hudgens
Educator and Congressional Medal of Honor Citizens Honor recipient Molly Hudgens joins host Mo Barrett to talk about her heroic actions when she talked a student with a loaded handgun out of harming his fellow students and teachers at Sycamore Middle School and how citizens can best exemplify the values of the Medal of Honor.
Episode Two: Senator Joni Ernst and Dr. Theresa Kaminski join Mo Barrett
Senator Joni Ernst and Dr. Theresa Kaminski join host Mo Barrett to discuss the life and legacy of our nation’s only female Medal of Honor recipient, Dr. Mary Walker. Ernst and Barrett talk about their own experience as female combat veterans and the importance of Dr. Walker’s story to future generations of military women.
Episode One: Medal of Honor recipient Maj. Gen. Patrick Brady (Ret.)
Medal of Honor recipient Maj. Gen. Patrick Brady (Ret.) talks about why it’s critical to inspire patriotism in young people, the bravery of his fellow recipients on and off the battlefield, and the important role the National Medal of Honor Museum will play in ensuring the stories of our nation’s greatest military heroes are preserved for future generations.
Coming soon! A new podcast brought to you by the National Medal of Honor Museum and Foundation exploring the history and legacy of the Medal of Honor and interview those upholding this tradition.
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Great podcast with a focus on the Medal of Honor.