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    Cpl Charles J. Berry 1 /26 USMC (March 3, 1945)*

    PFC William R. Caddy; 3/26 USMC (March 3, 1945)*  

    Col Justice M. Chambers RLT 25 USMC (February 19-22, 1945)

    Sgt Darrell S. Cole 1/23 USMC (February 19, 1945)*

    Capt Robert H. Dunlap 1/26 USMC (February 20-21, 1945)

    Sgt Ross F. Gray 1/25 USMC (February 21, 1945)

    Sgt William G. Harrell 1/28 USMC (March 3, 1945)

    Lt Rufus G. Herring LCI 449 USN (February 17, 1945)

    PFC Douglas T. Jacobson 3/23 USMC (February 26, 1945)

    Plt Sgt Joseph R. Julian 1/27 USMC (March 9, 1945)*

    PFC James D. La Belle RLT 27 USMC (March 8, 1945)

    2d Lt John H. Leims 1/9 USMC (March 7, 1945)

    PFC Jacklyn H. Lucas 1/26 USMC (February 20, 1945), More1 , More2

    1st Lt Jack Lummus 2/27 USMC (March 8, 1945)* More1

    1st Lt Harry L. Martin 5th Pioneer Bn USMC (March 26, 1945)*

    Capt Joseph J. McCarthy 2/24 USMC (February 21, 1945)

    Pvt George Phillips 2/28 USMC (March 14, 1945)*

    Pharmacists Mate 1st Class Francis J. Pierce USN (March 15-16, 1945)

    PFC Donald J. Ruhl 2/28 USMC (February 19-21, 1945)*

    Pvt Franklin E. Sigler 2/26 USMC (March 14, 1945)

    Cpl Tony Stein 1/28 USMC (February 19, 1945)*

    Pharmacists Mate 2d Class George E. Wahlen 2/26 USN (March 3, 1945).  
    See also: The Quiet Hero by Gary W. Toyn

    GySgt William G. Walsh 3/27 USMC (February 27, 1945)*

    Pvt Wilson D. Watson 2/9 USMC (February 26-27, 1945)

    Cpl Hershel W. Williams RCT 21 USMC (February 23, 1945)

    Pharmacist's Mate 3d Class Jack Williams 3/28 USN (March 3, 1945)*

    Pharmacist's Mate 1st Class John H. Willis 3/27 USN (February 28, 1945)*
The following twenty-seven men were
recognized by their country for conspicuous
gallantry during the Battle of Iwo Jima.
Click on the
blue bullet to learn about their acts
of heroism.
An asterisk denotes those who died in battle:

We would like to give credit to the following
websites for the above information:

The United States Marine Corps History Division
Jack Lummus.com
Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (Michigan)
More information on Medal of Honor Recipients:
Iwo Jima History
or
Hyperwar
The Congressonal
Medal of Honor Society