While there is no dispute that Dakota Meyer merited the Medal of Honor nomination, a three-month investigation by a McClatchy correspondent who survived the ambush found that the official narrative was embellished.
While there is no dispute that Dakota Meyer merited the Medal of Honor nomination, a three-month investigation by a McClatchy correspondent who survived the ambush found that the official narrative was embellished. Lexington Herald-Leader/MCT
While there is no dispute that Dakota Meyer merited the Medal of Honor nomination, a three-month investigation by a McClatchy correspondent who survived the ambush found that the official narrative was embellished. Lexington Herald-Leader/MCT

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