Medal of Honor for Navy SEALs Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty

May I be the first to suggest the Medal of Honor for Navy SEALs Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty? Or is the Presidential Medal of Freedom the award they deserve? I suppose it is the latter, after all, they were not in uniform when they carried out their heroism. Not that the sixty (60) jihadis they waxed knew the difference.

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11 thoughts on “Medal of Honor for Navy SEALs Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty”

  1. This won’t occur until after what we have given ourselves as president (and I use the term advisedly) is gone….words fail…these men are heroes and we have to stand up for them now they are no longer here….we can beat these barbarians (they aren’t even people; they’re monsters)…and we will have to …there’s no way to get around it….k

  2. Following the story from this side of the pond…

    They both warrant the recognition they deserve, which in my mind is the Medal Of Honor. As NavyOne states in his comment, they were both probably in the IRR, which more than justifies the fact.

    Their families deserve the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, they deserve no less.

    I agree with Kris in that true recognition should be fought for now (not that it should have to be). I have no faith in the incumbent President doing the right thing by falling on his [bayonet] sword!

    Yours Aye

    Ex Bootneck

  3. They deserve something. Both paramedics (I believe) Tyrone Woods was a Senior Chief (Ret) and Glen Doherty had 10? years in when he got out.
    Panetta said that they didn’t have enough information to put American forces at risk. They forgot to tell that to these two Heroes. Then he relieves a General and an Admiral, just coincidence I’m sure. This administration should be relieved. Master Chief says it better than I can. ( Hope you don’t mind N1).

  4. I do hope they get recognition, medals, or whatever is appropriate – the MOH would be great. Theirs is an amazing story of courage and self-sacrifice.

  5. Not that the president would do it, but retroactively activate them effective the date of the attack, and then the MOH.

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