This cool story is from Paul (V5) about a Sergeant who was recognized for his help during a raid by a British Commander:
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Sgt. Craig Fraley, of Portsmouth, holds the sword and shield he received after being knighted by the British military for initiative action in a mission during a tour of duty in Iraq.
Honored for Valor
By FRANK LEWIS
PDT Staff Writer
A Portsmouth soldier took initiative to trust his instincts and as a result has been knighted by the British military.
Sgt. Craig Fraley was on a mission in Baghdad when his unit received an intelligence report that insurgents had a weapons cache in a house, so his squad, and a squad from the British military entered the house.
“We cleared the house and didn't find anything and we were getting ready to leave when I noticed a part of the wall that looked like it had been recently renovated. So I kicked in the wall, and that's when we found 25 AK-47s (assault rifles), several sniper rifles and 30,000 or 40,000 rounds of ammunition,” said Fraley.
Col. Stanford of the British military then conducted a knighting ceremony and knighted Fraley and nine other members of his unit in Iraq...
A bit more here. Congrats to SGT Fraley.