New York in New York County, New York — The American Northeast (Mid-Atlantic)
Medal of Honor Recipients
New York State
New York State
The Medal of Honor is the highest award for valor in action against an enemy force which can be bestowed upon an individual serving in the armed forces of the United States.
Generally presented to its recipient by the President of the United States of America in the name of Congress, it is often called the Congressional Medal of Honor.
1st Lt. Benjamin Samuel N. USA • Coxswain Betham, Asa USN • Pvt. Campbell, James A. USA • Maj. Coey, James USA • Sn Conlan, Dennis USN • Sn Cotton, Peter USN • Sgt. Coyne, John N. USA • Boatswain's Mate Deakin, Charles USN • Quartermaster Ditzenback, John USN • Sgt. Durham, John S. USA • Capt. Embler, Andrew H. USA • Signal Qm English, Thomas USN • Pvt. Evans, James R. USA • 1st Lt. Goodrich, Edwin USA • Capt. Gouraud, George E. USV • 2nd Lt. Greig, Theodore W. USA • Pvt. Guerin, Fitz, W. USA • Coxswain Hamilton, Hugh USN • 1st Lt. Haring, Abram P. USA • Sn Harley, Bernard USN • Pvt. Hogarty, William P. USA • Fireman Huskey, Michael USN • Coxswain Irving, John USN • Quartermaster Jones, John E. USN • Coxswain Jordan, Robert USN • Landsman Kinnaird, Samuel W. USN • 2nd Lt. Knox, Edward M.
Pvt. Brant, Abram B. USA • Musician Clancy, John E. USA • 1st Sgt. Edwards, William D. USA • 2nd Lt. Emmet, Robert Temple USA • Cpl. Ferrari, George USA • Sgt. Glover, T. B. USA • Trumpeter Keenan, Bartholomew T. USA • Pvt. McBride, Bernard USA • Pvt. McVeagh, Charles H. USA • Sgt. Merrill, John USA • Cpl. Miller, George USA • Cpl. Moquin, George USA • Sgt. O'Callaghan, John USA • Cpl. Powers, Thomas USA • Pvt. Russell, James USA • Cpl. Stanley, Edward USA • Sgt. Welch, Charles H. USA
Korean Campaign 1871:
Landsman Corey, William USN • Landsman Creelman, William J. USN • Capt. Hill, William L. USN • 2nd Class Boy Lucy, John USN • Ship's Printer McCarton, John USN • Seaman Millmore, John USN • Landsman Mitchell, Thomas USN • Corp. Morris, John USMC • Seaman Russell, John USN • BMC Troy, Jeremiah USN
War With Spain:
BMC Bennett, James H. USN • Coxswain hoban, Albert L. USN • Musician Pfisterer, Herman USA
GM3 Galbraith, Robert USN • Sgt. Harvey, Harry USMC • Sgt. McNally, Michael Joseph USMC • MAC Stokes, John USN
Corp. Appleton, Edwin Nelson USMC • BMC Clancy, Joseph USN • Drummer Murphy, John Aphonsus USMC • Pvt. Murray, William H. USMC • HA Stanley, Robert Henry USN
GM1 Schepke, Charles S. USN
Mexican Campaign (Vera Cruz)
GMC Bradley, George USN • Coxswain Cregan, George USN • BM2 Decker, Percy A. USN • Capt. Hughes, John Arthur USMC • Seaman Nordsiek, Charles Luers USN • Schnepel, Fred Jurgen USN • Seaman Walsh, James A. USN
World War I:
Pvt. Bart, Frank J. USA • Cpl. Call, Donald M. USA • Sgt. Colyer, Wilbur E. USA • Gysgt. Hoffman, Charles F. USMC • Janson, Ernest August USMC • Sgt. O'Neil, Richard W. USA • Cpl. O'Shea, Thomas
World War II:
2nd Lt. Boyce, George W. G. Jr. USA • LCdr. Bulkeley, John Duncan, USN • 1st Lt. Burke, Frank USA • Cpl. Casamento, Anthony USMC • Capt. Daly, Michael J. USA • 2nd Lt. Gregg, Stephen R. USA • Cpl. Kelly, Thomas J. USA • Pvt. Merrell, Joseph F. USA • SSgt. Peterson, George USA • Lt Powers, John James USN • 1st Lt. Ray, Bernard J. USA • SSgt. Schaefer, Joseph E. USA • 1st Lt. Walsh, Kenneth Ambrose USMC
HM3 Benford, Edward C. USN • Pvt. Cafferate, Hector A. Jr. USMCR • PFC Thompson, William USA
Lt Capodanno, Vincent R. USN • Col. Cook, Donald Gilbert USMC • Capt. Jacobs, Jack H. USA • 1st Lt. Karopczyc, Stephen Edward • Spec5 Kedenburg, John J. USA • Spec4 Lang, George C. USA • Maj. Lee, Howard V. USMC • SSgt. Murray, Robert C. USA • LCpl. Noonan, Thomas P. Jr. USMC • Sgt. O'Malley, Robert E. USMC • 1st Lt. Warren, John E. Jr. USA • PFC. Willett, Louis E. USA
Global War On Terror:
Cpl. Dunham, Jason L. USMC • Lt Murphy, Michael P. USN
Presented by New York Council, Navy League of the United States 17 May 2008
Erected 2008 by New York Council, Navy League of the United States.
Marker series. This marker is included in the Medal of Honor Recipients marker series.
Location. 40° 45.407′ N, 73° 59.176′ W. Marker is in New York, New York, in New York County. Marker is at the intersection of West 43rd Street and Broadway, on the right when traveling west on West 43rd Street. Touch for map. Located on the south wall of the U.S. Armed Forces Recruiting Station in Times Square. Marker is at or near this postal address: 1501 Broadway, New York NY 10036, United States of America.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Birthplace of Eugene O'Neill (within shouting distance of this marker); Stage Door Canteen (about 300 feet away, measured in a direct line); Betsey Johnson (about 500 feet away); Norma Kamali (about 500 feet away); Marc Jacobs (about 600 feet away); Stephen Burrows (about 800 feet away); Former School of Performing Arts (approx. 0.2 miles away); Geoffrey Beene (approx. 0.2 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in New York.
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