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PFC Kaoru Moto & TSG Ted T. Tanouye, USA (July 7, 1944)

buy Clomiphene pct Seventy years ago today on July 7, 1944, the 442nd Regimental Combat Team – predominately comprised of Nisei (2nd generation, born-citizen Japanese-Americans) – continued the fight for Hill 140 near Castellina, Italy. Two of the regiment’s soldiers had already exhibited heroism worthy of the Medal of Honor.

why is lisinopril so cheap On this day, Private First Class Kaoru Moto and Technical Sergeant Ted T. Tanouye would join them.

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Privates First Class William K. Nakamura & Frank H. Ono, USA (July 4, 1944)

The 442nd Regimental Combat Team, attached to the 34th Infantry Division during World War II, was one of the most decorated units for valor in the history of the United States.

On July 4, 1944 two Privates First Class of the regiment went above and beyond the normal call of duty in the face of our Nazi German enemies and received our Nation’s highest honor.

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