Drew Dennis Dix is a decorated United States military veteran and retired major in the United States Army. He was the first enlisted U.S. Army Special Forces soldier to receive the highest award, Medal of Honor. During the Tet Offensive, Dix led local Vietnamese soldiers against Vietcong forces, saving civilians and engaging in intense combat for two days. His actions resulted in dozens of Viet Cong soldiers killed in action and, the capture of more than 20 prisoners, and the rescue of the 14 United States and free world civilians.
We honor you, Drew Dix.
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