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            MEDAL OF HONOR, TSgt Forrest L. Vosler

            While flying over Berlin, Germany, on 20 December 1943, Sergeant Vosler

            took heroic action that enabled him to receive the Medal of Honor.

            When the aircraft in which he was serving as radio operator and gunner

            was severely damaged by antiaircraft fire and he was painfully wounded

            in the legs, thighs, and face, he asked to be thrown out of the aircraft to lighten

            the plane. He managed to operate the radio and send out distress signals and

            then saved the wounded tail gunner when the plane was ditched.