Difference between revisions of "Angelo Liteky"

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'''Angelo R. Liteky''' was a [[Catholic]] [[priest]] who served as a [[chaplain]] during the [[Vietnam]] war. He was awarded the [[Medal of Honor]] for carrying over twenty wounded men to safety during a savage battle with Vietnamese forces.  Much of the time Fr. Liteky was exposed to direct fire by enemy forces.
 
'''Angelo R. Liteky''' was a [[Catholic]] [[priest]] who served as a [[chaplain]] during the [[Vietnam]] war. He was awarded the [[Medal of Honor]] for carrying over twenty wounded men to safety during a savage battle with Vietnamese forces.  Much of the time Fr. Liteky was exposed to direct fire by enemy forces.
  
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==External links==
  
[http://www.homeofheroes.com/photos/7_rvn/liteky.html Liteky's Photo and Citation]
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* [http://www.homeofheroes.com/photos/7_rvn/liteky.html Liteky's Photo and Citation]
 
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[[Category:Medal of Honor recipients]]
 
[[Category:Medal of Honor recipients]]
 
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[[Category:Clergy]]
 
[[Category:Vietnam War]]
 
[[Category:Vietnam War]]

Latest revision as of 05:00, 27 June 2016

Angelo R. Liteky was a Catholic priest who served as a chaplain during the Vietnam war. He was awarded the Medal of Honor for carrying over twenty wounded men to safety during a savage battle with Vietnamese forces. Much of the time Fr. Liteky was exposed to direct fire by enemy forces.

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