Howard served in the Army from 1956 to 1992. He was nominated three times for the Medal of Honor, the nation's most prestigious award for combat veterans. He was awarded it once, for his bravery in Vietnam during a mission to rescue a missing soldier in enemy territory.
He was wounded 14 times in Vietnam and was awarded eight Purple Hearts.
Howard will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
Thank you for your service to our great country.
You can Google him as of this post he was the 16th most popular search. This page has his Medal of Honor citation on it.
Thursday, December 24, 2009
Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Several readers called the San Antonio Express-News on Tuesday to comment on the unusual half-page advertisement that appeared on Tuesday’s Page 15A, in which someone identified only as “Raul” professed his unrequited love for “Megan”. If you want to catch up on this conversation starter or weigh in on Raul's romantic appeal to Megan, check out the ad and comment below.
You can click here to see the letter. The first thing that comes to mind is...Did he want her to see the letter? If he did why did he publish it in a newspaper?
If you are going to do this do it with some flair like this chap.