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Dakota Meyer at Adair County High School

2011-07-20 - 518 Indian DR, Columbia, KY. - Photo photo from Adair County High School Year Book. 526 Indian DR, Columbia, KY
Ann Young called CM tonight, Wednesday, July 20, 2011, to let us know that Marine Corps Sgt. Dakota Meyer will receive the Congressional Medal of Honor. The photo above is one she sent to CM when the nation's hero spoke to the student body and staff at Adair County High School during our Veterans Day ceremony. Meyer, who attended Adair County High School and graduated from Green County High School, had already been nominated for the Congressional Medal of honor, the highest award which can be given to military personnel when this photo was taken. He is a resident of Adair County and is the son of Mike Meyer of Adair County. Photo and information courtesy Ann Young, Guidance Counselor at Adair County High School.

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