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This episode of Veterans Chronicles profiles two of the U.S. military's most distinguished veterans. Major General John K. Singlaub was a highly decorated U.S. Army veteran of World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. Singlaub joined the OSS and worked with French resistance fighters as a parachutist behind German lines during World War II, which was influential in his role as a founding member of the CIA. Colonel Harvey "Barney" Barnum, U.S. Marine Corps veteran of Vietnam was the 4th Marine to receive the Medal of Honor for valor in Vietnam. He served another tour of Vietnam which would earn him several other awards, including a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart. He served for 27 years and has kept military ties ever since through his involvement with several organizations.
This episode of Veterans Chronicles profiles two of the U.S. military's most distinguished veterans. Major General John K. Singlaub was a highly decorated U.S. Army veteran of World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. Singlaub joined the OSS and worked with French resistance fighters as a parachutist behind German lines during World War II, which was influential in his role as a founding member of the CIA. Colonel Harvey "Barney" Barnum, U.S. Marine Corps veteran of Vietnam was the 4th Marine to receive the Medal of Honor for valor in Vietnam. He served another tour of Vietnam which would earn him several other awards, including a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart. He served for 27 years and has kept military ties ever since through his involvement with several organizations. read more read less

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