How Medal Of Honor Recipient Kyle Carpenter Recovered From Jumping On A Grenade

Daily Caller:

Kyle Carpenter, with reckless and total disregard for his life, selflessly jumped on a grenade to save the life of his fellow marine in 2010. This heroic act earned him the Congressional Medal of Honor in 2014.

After the blast, Carpenter felt a warm sensation of water being poured all over him, which caused him to think for a moment that his buddies might be playing some sort of prank. But then it dawned on him — it was not water being poured on him, it was his own blood. read more

7 Comments on How Medal Of Honor Recipient Kyle Carpenter Recovered From Jumping On A Grenade

  1. As an Army Ranger, I have deep respect for our hero’s I meet thru the few Vet associations I attend. I am also a VA mortgage underwriter, and one of the perks is seeing the DD214’s. I have run across quite a few MOH winners, love looking them up on Wiki and reading about their feats. God Bless all of them.

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