Medal Of Honor
Ryan Pitts, a former Army staff sergeant, fought off enemy fighters during one of the bloodiest battles of the Afghanistan war.
Former active duty Sgt. Ryan Pitts of Nashua will be ninth living recipient of the Medal of Honor Monday at the White House.
Six years ago, former Army staff sergeant Ryan Pitts, a Nashua resident, was at war.
Ryan Pitts, who continued to fight after being wounded in one of Afghanistan’s bloodiest battles, the medal belongs to all of his fellow soldiers who fought and died that day.
President Obama will bestow the nation’s highest military decoration on Ryan M. Pitts during a White House ceremony 21.
A Boston Marathon bombing survivor and his rescuer have joined hundreds of people who planted about 57,000 flags at the Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne
Hundreds gathered on Sunday to say thank you to military men and women at the American Legion post in Raynham.
The Medal of Honor that was awarded to PFC Frederick Murphy was donated to the National Archives in Waltham.
A bridge over the Taunton River was dedicated on Sunday in memory of a fallen hero.