CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 06, 2007
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(Studio: Thalia Assuras) The reasons for the low number of medals of honor & service crosses awarded in the wars in Iraq & Afghanistan examined; scenes shown from the battle of Fallujah. [Medal of honor nominee David BELLAVIA- describes what happened in Fallujah; suggests the men & women doing their job should be honored.] [Acting deputy undersecretary of Defense Bill CARR- says there are different opportunities for heroism than in the past; comments on the standards for medals of honor.] The awarding of the second medal of honor to Jason Dunham noted.
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