Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Mike Brennan, the father of Joshua Brennan, was among those recognized today at a White House ceremony awarding the first Medal of Honor to a living soldier since the Vietnam War.
The award went to Army Staff Sgt. Salvatore Giunta, who is credited with saving several members of his platoon and preventing the capture of his critically wounded friend, Sgt. Joshua Brennan of McFarland, a few miles south of Madison.
Joshua Brennan died from his wounds, and his father has made a mission of staying connected with other members of the unit.
The President's remarks are posted here.