History & Culture

The Medal of Honor Museum Is a Reminder of the Power of Courage and Love

By Eleanor Vaughn

Medal of Honor

On March 25 of this year, construction officially began on the Medal of Honor Museum in Arlington, Texas. A project years in the making, it will celebrate the recipients of our nation’s most prestigious military medal, telling the unique stories of the service members who have been awarded the Medal of Honor. It will be located in Arlington’s entertainment district, near the stadiums of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys and the MLB’s Texas Rangers, and is expected to open in late 2024.

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Jeannie Huppert
1 month ago

Did anyone notice? Are “you” aware? In this article printed in AMAC’s May/Jun 2022 magazine, pg. 10, you showed 3 medals: EACH HAS AN UPSIDE-DOWN STAR = PENTAGRAM = SATANIC.

James Jensen
1 month ago

I read “The Patriot Post” every day. It is delivered to my inbox. They include a quote from The Founders and other people that have been notable in U. S. History at the top of the page. It is remarkable that such a great brain trust was located in the colonies for the start of our great nation. I think it was Divine Providence.

“There is a certain enthusiasm in liberty, that makes human nature rise above itself, in acts of bravery and heroism.” —Alexander Hamilton (1775)

This statement by the man that remains on the $10 bill shows, not just his wisdom, but the inspiring nature of the word “LIBERTY.” I am reasonably certain that the men awarded the MOH had in their nature something that was above themselves, with their bravery and heroism. As General G. S. Patton said, “Thank God that such men lived.” America owes everyone that ever served as a patriot whichever branch(s) a debt that cannot be paid.

James Madison knew we would have a Brandon Gump back in 1787.

“Enlightened statesmen will not always be at the helm.” —James Madison (1787)

Ben Franklin kept Thomas Jefferson on the task of writing our Declaration of Independence, among other great acts in his life.

“Without Freedom of Thought there can be no such Thing as Wisdom; and no such Thing as Public Liberty, without Freedom of Speech.” —Benjamin Franklin (1722)

David Millikan
1 month ago

AWESOME! PEOPLE AND CHILDREN CAN LEARN HOW COURAGE and BRAVERY SAVES LIVES IN DANGEROUS SITUATIONS WHILE PROTECTING THE UNITED STATES of AMERICA FROM
SOCIALIST/COMMUNIST FASCIST.
THE MEDAL OF HONOR IS THE HIGHEST HONOR AND I TAKE MY HAT OFF TO ALL WHO EARNED THE AWARD.
A LOT CAN BE LEARNED AT THE MEDAL OF HONOR MUSEUM AND OUR CHILDREN MUST LEARN THAT FREEDOM IS NOT FREE.

spitfire?1940
1 month ago

About time too! Being an ex Brit I am proud to say that I have two members of my family who were awarded The Victoria Cross for their actions in combat against the “fuzzy wuzies”, way back in the days of The Empire,1890 something! Afghanistan.But not as proud as I am of my son,a combat marine and now a great cop.

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