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  • Yes, the honor is enough attention.

    Medal of Honor recipients do receive enough attention, but again depends on one's understanding of what attention is. The recognition and the award itself is enough attention for me. The fact that one will be on every cable TV at prime time news and be the subject of discussion on all social media plat forms is enough attention.

  • Yes, Medal of Honor recipients receive enough attention.

    It is my feeling that the medal itself that Medal of Honor recipients are awarded with is ample attention. This is a symbol one can retain throughout their entire life and a constant reminder of their accomplishment. After all these recipients likely performed the act that enabled their receipt of the award unselfishly, not as a ploy to gain attention.

  • Yes, Medal of Honor recipients receive enough attention.

    Yes, Medal of Honor recipients receive enough attention. They receive their awards in public ceremonies directly from the U.S. President, which is quite an honor. They also are often honored in their communities and towns when the towns and communities learn that one of their own is receiving the Medal of Honor.

  • No, they do not receive enough attention.

    Most Medal of Honor recipients do not receive enough attention for their awards. Instead, the media focuses on what is wrong in society. The media loves to give the public bad news, and seldom tells good stories. Medal of Honor recipients deserve more praise for the acts that led to their awards. Many would love to hear about their stories.


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