Staff Sgt. Giunta's Medal of Honor

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  • Published on:  Sunday, November 14, 2010
  • The first living soldier to win the Medal of Honor since the Vietnam War tells Lara Logan in an emotional interview just what he did to earn the nation's highest combat honor and how the recognition makes him uncomfortable.
  • Source: https://youtu.be/QoEZKyIAPIQ
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  • Rusty Shackleford

    Rusty Shackleford

     15 days ago +1

    This reporter was sent by CBS to Egypt where she was brutally raped.

  • slave trader

    slave trader

     21 days ago

    lol ppl calling soldiers heroes when the are litreally fucking pawns to the military industrial complex. why do you think we have been in continous war somewhere in some part of the world since vietnam war. its the military industrial complex donating to politicans bc they need to keep selling thier weapons...no war=no profit. war=profit. and ppl call these soldiers hereos when they are nothing but pathetic pawns for the military industrial complex.

  • MARC FLETCH

    MARC FLETCH

     1 months ago +1

    Hell of a man ., Humble and Real. As he said he was in the position to do what most would of done, rusk his own life to prevent one of his brothers being taken and used as a propaganda victory.
    All i can say to him is Think what that meant to his Sgt to see HIM before he succumbed to his wounds instead of the enemy ,think what this mans family would of done if ge was used in a kill a ys soldier video. Accept that you prevented a fellow soldier while under extreme fire from being kidnapped. You broke up that ambush and more than likely saved ALL your Lives.
    Great Respect for your actions, great respect for You ALL. LEST WE FORGET YOUR SACRIFICES.

  • WestCoastIrk

    WestCoastIrk

     2 months ago

    she is so damn sexy i would suck a fart from her ass and hold it in like a bong hit...

  • Ghayasuddin Ayoubi

    Ghayasuddin Ayoubi

     2 months ago

    I have spent almost two year here .

  • RedNasty7

    RedNasty7

     3 months ago +1

    Losses are tough in the military, especially going expericing something like that I combat.. any soldier would give up anything to get back that person, even if they barely know them.

  • cigarmikey

    cigarmikey

     3 months ago

    Sigh- just young men going through so much.

  • Philip Moore

    Philip Moore

     4 months ago +5

    O god Lara Logan is so good looking

  • Gas Silva

    Gas Silva

     4 months ago

    Damm look at there eyes..brave soldier's...

  • Patrick Reilly

    Patrick Reilly

     4 months ago +1

    GO NAVY

  • Patrick Reilly

    Patrick Reilly

     4 months ago

    Army makes navy proud but still can't beat us at football ok last year happy go army

  • Patrick Reilly

    Patrick Reilly

     4 months ago

    Think bout solders u never know that did the same

  • Patrick Reilly

    Patrick Reilly

     4 months ago

    The price most joint pay but we know others did before us that's the real reason guys do

  • Patrick Reilly

    Patrick Reilly

     4 months ago

    Star xusn

  • No Limit The Beast

    No Limit The Beast

     5 months ago +2

    Salute to all the real men & women
    Thank you for are freedom. 💯

  • Jeffrey Daniel 1

    Jeffrey Daniel 1

     5 months ago

    The ending quote though....that's a hero and a man. Wowser

  • Jeffrey Daniel 1

    Jeffrey Daniel 1

     5 months ago

    Balls of steel and a humble man

  • Damien Holland

    Damien Holland

     6 months ago

    She's intentionally trying to make her voice sexy. Not fond of this journalist at all -- though I do commend her bravery for going into dangerous zones.

  • Dean Martin

    Dean Martin

     8 months ago

    they must be inexperienced soldiers for stopping in the kill box.

  • M Ouija

    M Ouija

     8 months ago +4

    Sgt. Guinta is the most humble guy to ever qualify for and actually earn a medal of honor. If there was ever a deserving guy, he is it. If you ever read this, you are the definition of heroic character. No one ever earns the Medal of Honor in a situation that came away from with a happy result. You made the best of a lose/lose scenario and saved a lot of lives.