MONDAY, MARCH 15.2021@03:28-NOT ACTUALLY CONCERNING THE MENTIONED, THOUGH A CITATION, POSSIBLY ASKING AND TRYING TO GET THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, THEIR CONGRESS, TO STRIKE UP, AFTER IT GOES THROUGH THEIR PROPER AMERICAN CHANNELS!!! THIS CAMPAIGN, KNOWN TO THE DOMINION AND THEIR COMMONWEALTH AS, THE BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC/1939-1945, IS THE MENTION AND THE RESEARCH CONCERNING THE GUIDE-LINES, ETC., MAY BE ACCUMULATED ON WORDPRESS.COM, battleofthe atlantic19391945 WHEN AND IF, THE PROPER AUTHORITIES…U.S. CONGRESS, GETS THE ETHICAL TIME!!! AMERICAN MILITARY PERSONNEL/1941-1945, WERE NOT AWARDED A CITATION FOR SERVICE IN THIS CAMPAIGN, THOUGH, SADLY, AND NON-COMPREHENDABLE; THEY REALLY SHOULD HAVE BEEN, AS THE BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC/1939-1945, WAS THE LONGEST AND MOST DECISIVE CAMPAIGN, OF ALL OF W.W.II/1939-1945!!! LET ME KNOW, U.S. CONGRESS, ETC., AS I AM 62 YEARS OLD NOW, AND NOT GETTING ANY YOUNGER, AND/OR HEALTHIER!!! MR., Brian MURZA, Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Present Day Military/Naval Analyst, High Treason Q.E.II Analyst, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
The Americans have developed a unique way of honouring heroism in war.
It’s in recognition of exception bravery bestowed not to an individual, but to an entire unit. It’s called the “Presidential Unit Citation.” You’d scarcely notice it … it’s a blue flash about the size of your little finger, worn on the right shoulder. It’s small, but represents great deeds. An American battle honour, that’s been won by Canadians.
Established right after Pearl Harbor, it’s been won by American units that fought in some of the worst fighting in their country’s history: Guadalcanal, Okinawa, Normandy, Battle of the Bulge. And on it goes …
To qualify: ”The unit must display such gallantry, determination and esprit de corps in accomplishing its mission under extremely difficult and hazardous conditions as to set it apart and above other units participating in the same campaign.”
The Presidential Unit Citation stands…
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