List of Soldier's Medal recipients
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This page contains a list of Wikipedia articles about recipients of the United States Army's Soldier's Medal, awarded to "any person of the Armed Forces of the United States or of a friendly foreign nation who, while serving in any capacity with the Army of the United States, distinguished himself or herself by heroism not involving actual conflict with an enemy." (Army Regulation 600-8-22).
World War II
- Marty Allen, USAAF (comedian)
- Allison Brooks, USAAF
- Frank D. Peregory, USA, MOH
- Charles A. MacGillivary, USA, MOH
- David E. Grange, Jr., WW2 or Korea
- Francis Grevemberg, WW2 or other
- Bob Hoover, USAAF
- Otto Kerner, Jr., USA
- Henry Mucci
- Walter K. Wilson, Jr., USA, WW2 or other
- John T. Corley, USA, Korea or WW2
- John Galvin, USA, Korea or Vietnam
- Reis Leming, USAF, during Korean War
- Leo J. Meyer, USA, Korea, 1951
- Edwin W. Rawlings, USAF, Post-Korea, 1954
- Leon L. Van Autreve, Korea or other
- Glenn Andreotta, USA
- Leonard Boswell, USA,
- Lawrence Colburn, USA
- Richard Gary Davis, USA
- William W. Hartzog, USA
- Mike Hayden, USA
- Colin Powell, USA
- Doug Peacock, USA
- Donn A. Starry, USA
- Hugh Thompson, USA
- Alfred Valenzuela, USA
- Wayne A. Downing, USA, Gulf War or Vietnam
Awarded Soldier's Medal
- Watson, Elmo Scott (16 July 1931). "The Solider's Medal". Oak Creek Times (Vol. 23, No. 39). Retrieved 29 September 2016.
- Glines, C.V. "Book Review: Forever Flying". HistoryNet. World History Group. Retrieved 29 September 2016.
- "Author, veteran to present reading, lecture at Linfield". Linfield News. Linfield College. Retrieved 29 September 2016.
- Langer, Emily (1 September 2011). "Four-star general Donn A. Starry dies at 86". The Washington Post. Retrieved 29 September 2016.