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Medal of Honor

Adkins Medal Honor

At age 80, Bennie Adkins, has been awarded with the Medal of Honor, the most prestigious award a service member can receive. Click to see Adkins talk about his experiences!

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Rather than focusing on vocational training that attempts to teach new job skills, Team Rubicon repurposes veterans' existing skills — emergency medicine, risk assessment and mitigation, teamwork and decisive leadership — to solve another need: more effective disaster response.

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