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Darrel Crall Senior Director of the PGA Dallas, TX

Sgt. Dakota Meyer
Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient 2011
Marine Scout/Sniper
American Hero

On September 8, 2009, near the village of Ganjgal, Meyer learned that three U.S. Marines and a U.S. Navy corpsman were missing after being ambushed by a group of insurgents. He charged into an area known to be inhabited by insurgents and under enemy fire. Meyer eventually found all four dead and stripped of their weapons, body armor, and radios.[5] With the help of some friendly Afghan soldiers, he moved the bodies to a safer area where they could be extracted.[6] During his search, Meyer "personally evacuated 12 friendly wounded, and provided cover for another 24 Marines and soldiers to escape likely death at the hands of a numerically superior and determined foe."
Meyer was awarded the Medal of Honor in a ceremony on September 15, 2011.[11][1] When a White House staffer contacted Meyer to arrange the ceremony, the former Marine asked if he could have a beer with the President.[12] He then received an invitation to the White House the afternoon before the ceremony. Meyer also requested that when he was honored, simultaneous commemorative services should be held at other associated locations to honor the memory of his colleagues who died or were mortally wounded during the ambush and his rescue attempts.[13]

Four Americans died in the ambush: 1st Lt. Michael Johnson, a 25-year-old from Virginia Beach; Staff Sgt. Aaron Kenefick, 30, of Roswell, Ga.; Corpsman James Layton, 22, of Riverbank, Calif.; and Edwin Wayne Johnson Jr., a 31-year-old Gunnery Sergeant from Columbus, Ga. A fifth man, Army Sgt. 1st Class Kenneth W. Westbrook, 41, of Shiprock, N.M., later died from his wounds.[14]
[edit] Honors and awards

(source: Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dakota_Meyer)
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Arnold WW/NYC
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Ad Council/GLSEN
Arnold WW/NYC
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Viera Ad Campaign
Web, TV, Print and Billboard campaign
Evolve Design Group
Creative Director: Janessa Gursky
Dr. Jenkins
Cardiovascular Surgeon
Inventor of Heart Stint
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Pat Yancey
Forbes
Mallory Factor
Forbes Columnist
Chairs the Economic Roundtable for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Professor of Economics, The Citadel, Charleston, SC
Craig Fugate
FEMA Director 
Obama Administration
New York Times Sunday Magazine
Dr. Steven A. Benner
Genius
Inventor of Artificial DNA
Creator of Next Gen Mars Probes
Maverick in the fields of Genetics and Molecular Biology