This is from Human Events.

Men like Alvin York are why we are free today.

I want to say I  honor and respect every one that wears a uniform.

We owe a debt to these people who serve our country.

We must support all of the men and women that serve our country.

Medal of Honor Roll Call: Alvin C. York

                                          Gary Cooper as Sgt.Alvin York.

Continuing our focus on ‘Familiar Names’ is a second WW1 individual who we featured once before – Sgt. Alvin York.

This link gives a bit of a different spin on his tale:

Make the most of your day! RJL

Sgt. Alvin C. York

YORK, ALVIN C. Rank and organization: Corporal, U.S. Army, Company G, 328th Infantry, 82d Division. Place and date: Near Chatel-Chehery, France, 8 October 1918. Entered service at: Pall Mall, Tenn. Born: 13 December 1887, Fentress County, Tenn. G.O. No.: 59, W.D., 1919. Citation: After his platoon had suffered heavy casualties and 3 other noncommissioned officers had become casualties, Cpl. York assumed command. Fearlessly leading 7 men, he charged with great daring a machinegun nest which was pouring deadly and incessant fire upon his platoon. In this heroic feat the machinegun nest was taken, together with 4 officers and 128 men and several guns.