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December 14, 2011 2:41 PM

White House response to questions about Dakota Meyer's Medal of Honor narrative

"The President was very proud to present the Medal of Honor to Sergeant Meyer for his extraordinary service in Afghanistan. As the President said that day, "in Sergeant Dakota Meyer we see the best of a generation that has served through a decade of war." — Tommy Vietor, NSC Spokesman

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