Monday President Trump awarded his first "Medal Of Honor", our country's highest military honor. He could not have found a more deserving person.
71-year-old James McCloughan was only 23 when he saved ten of his comrades during horrific battle in Vietnam. This hero ran back into enemy fire ten times, facing fire and imminent danger, to save his fellow soldiers.
"I don't think I was a hero, I was doing my job" said McCloughan. "That was my job and these were my brothers, and I know they would do the same for me."
His story is one we should all know, and be proud of. Would you or I do what this soft spoken gentleman did?
NBC News shared his incredible story: