For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his or her life above and beyond the call of duty. Meet the living recipients:
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U.S. Army

The first Army Medals were presented in 1863, to surviving members of Andrews' Raiders. Civil War recipient Gen. George Gillespie redesigned the Army Medal, now called the "Gillespie Medal." To date, 2,403 Army personnel have received the Medal, 1,198 of them for actions in the Civil War.

Ty M. Carter
U.S. Army
Francis S. Currey
U.S. Army
Gordon R. Roberts
U.S. Army
Bennie G. Adkins
U.S. Army
Ryan M. Pitts
U.S. Army
Alfred V. Rascon
U.S. Army
Jose Rodela
U.S. Army
Ronald E. Rosser
U.S. Army
Robert F. Foley
U.S. Army
Ernest E. West
U.S. Army
John P. Baca
U.S. Army
George T. Sakato
U.S. Army
James A. Taylor
U.S. Army
Paul William Bucha
U.S. Army
Santiago J. Erevia
U.S. Army
Robert M. Patterson
U.S. Army
Hiroshi H. Miyamura
U.S. Army
Sammy L. Davis
U.S. Army
Brian M. Thacker
U.S. Army
Wilburn K. Ross
U.S. Army
Charles H. Coolidge
U.S. Army
Peter C. Lemon
U.S. Army
Einar H. Ingman Jr.
U.S. Army
Drew Dennis Dix
U.S. Army
Don J. Jenkins
U.S. Army
Kenneth E. Stumpf
U.S. Army
Frank A. Herda
U.S. Army
Gary G. Wetzel
U.S. Army
Michael John Fitzmaurice
U.S. Army
Walter J. Marm
U.S. Army
Salvatore A. Giunta
U.S. Army
Thomas J. Kinsman
U.S. Army
Gary B. Beikirch
U.S. Army
Kyle J. White
U.S. Army
James M. Sprayberry
U.S. Army
Bruce P. Crandall
U.S. Army
Gary L. Littrell
U.S. Army
William D. Swenson
U.S. Army
Leroy A. Petry
U.S. Army
Allen J. Lynch
U.S. Army
Roger Hugh C. Donlon
U.S. Army
Angelo J. Liteky
U.S. Army
Clarence E. Sasser
U.S. Army
Patrick Henry Brady
U.S. Army
Harold A. Fritz
U.S. Army
Melvin Morris
U.S. Army
Jack H. Jacobs
U.S. Army
Ronald E. Ray
U.S. Army
Clinton L. Romesha
U.S. Army