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President Bush Presents Medal of Honor to Corporal Jason Dunham
President George W. Bush bows his head before a Medal of Honor ceremony for Corporal Jason Dunham of the Marine Corps in the East Room Thursday, Jan. 11, 2007. "Since World War II, more than half of those who have been awarded the Medal of Honor have lost their lives in the action that earned it. Corporal Jason Dunham belongs to this select group. On a dusty road in western Iraq, Corporal Dunham gave his own life so that the men under his command might live. This morning it's my privilege to recognize Corporal Dunham's devotion to the Corps and country -- and to present his family with the Medal of Honor," said the President. White House photo by Paul Morse

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