The Greatest Single Hero

Conflict: World War I

Deemed by General Pershing as the “greatest single hero in the American forces” of World War I, Samuel Woodfill—a shy, modest man—would probably never have achieved national fame if granted his own wishes. As one reporter recounted, “It was evident … Continue reading

A Hero Almost Lost

Conflict: Vietnam

In 1968, Leslie H. Sabo Jr. proposed to his high school sweetheart, Rose Mary. “He was drafted less than a month after the proposal, but the army let him return to Ellwood City to get married.” They wrote often for … Continue reading