Army chaplain gets posthumous Medal of Honor

Army chaplain gets posthumous Medal of Honor

As an adopted Kansan, this is a wonderful thing. Father Kapaun is revered in Kansas. There is a high school on the East Side that is named Kapaun-Mount Carmel.

“The Roman Catholic priest was recognized for helping to carry an injured American for miles as Chinese captors led them on a death march, and for risking his life to drag the wounded to safety while dodging explosions and gunfire.” The Wichita Eagle

 

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