Medal of Honor (2018– )
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On March 23, 1945, Carter, a 28-year-old infantry staff sergeant, heroically acted when the tank on which he was riding was hit by bazooka fire. Carter then led three soldiers across an ... See full summary »

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James Madigan

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Lorna Graham (Narration written by), Stewart Kaye | 1 more credit »
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Episode credited cast:
Mane Rich Andrew ... Monroe (as Mane Andrew)
Joseph David-Jones ... Jonesy
Brian Durkin ... Lt. Russell Blair
Aldis Hodge ... Edward Carter
Karen Obilom ... Mildred
Eric Ritter ... German Soldier
Devin Rumer Devin Rumer ... Nazi Officer
Vladimir Versailles ... Swift
Tyler Williams ... US. Soldier
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On March 23, 1945, Carter, a 28-year-old infantry staff sergeant, heroically acted when the tank on which he was riding was hit by bazooka fire. Carter then led three soldiers across an open field too eliminate the German threat. In the process, two of the men were killed and the other seriously wounded. Continuing alone, Carter was wounded five times before being forced to take cover. Eight German soldiers tried to capture him, but he killed six and captured the remaining two. He used the two captured Germans as a shield from enemy fire as he recrossed the field. His prisoners provided valuable information on enemy-troop disposition for his unit.

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Documentary | War

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9 November 2018 (USA) See more »

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Allentown Productions See more »
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Carter was also awarded the Bronze Star, the Purple Heart, the Army Good Conduct Medal, the American Defense Service Medal, the European-African-Middle Eastern Theater Medal, and the World War II Victory Medal, during his US service in WWII. See more »

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Sergeant Edward Carter Jr
12 February 2019 | by roblbensonSee all my reviews

This episode lays out the most courageous act I have ever heard of. What a great man and role model. His story has absolutely inspired me to be the best I can be.


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