From the Annals of Heroism – In 1968, Staff Sgt. Marvin Young was killed in action near Ben Cui, Vietnam. Young was a native of Alpine who enlisted in the army in 1966. He was leading a patrol of Company C, Fifth Infantry, Twenty-fifth Infantry Division when they were attacked by a large force of North Vietnamese. When the squad leader was killed, Young assumed command and repeatedly exposed himself to enemy fire, while encouraging his men. He ignored orders to pull back and remained behind to assist several of his men who were unable to withdraw. Even after being wounded, he refused assistance and stayed to cover the withdrawal of other troops. He was posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.
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