Hershel Woody Williams Medal of Honor Foundation
The Medal of Honor Character Development Program teaches children to embrace the ideals of courage and selfless service to promote responsible citizenship.
Program recognizes nominated United States citizens who have demonstrated extraordinary heroism through "service above self" above and beyond one's area of responsibility.
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Gold Star Families Monument Gets White House Backing
The Hershel Woody Williams Medal of Honor Foundation has a goal, and now it has some pretty strong backing — from the White House.
Letter from Woody
As an 18 year old farm boy waiting to go to war to protect the freedom I had learned about in grade school, from a teacher who loved her country, my life and values were impacted by an experience I had as a driver of a taxi in the small community of Fairmont, West Virginia.
During my youth I had a boyhood friend by the name of Leonard Brown. We were near the same age. I wanted him to join the Marines with me, but he elected to go to the Army Air Force. While over seas his plane disappeared and no trace of it was ever found. His family waited 7 long years with hope, all the while he was declared missing in action, before they finally received official word that he had been lost. No trace of Leonard or his aircraft was ever found.
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