|I Support The Conscientious Objectors|
Rest in Peace, Desmond T. Doss, Sr.
"...Doss endured ridicule for his beliefs but "remained true to his convictions even when it was
not the most popular thing to do," said the director of the Medal of Honor Museum in Chattanooga.
While under fire on Okinawa, Doss carried 75 wounded soldiers to the edge of a 400-foot cliff
and lowered them to safety. During a later attack, he was seriously wounded in the legs by a grenade.
According to the citation, as he was being carried to safety, he saw a more critically injured man and
crawled off his stretcher, directing the medics to help the other man".
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