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Published on Feb 27, 2015
A child of the Great Depression and a veteran of the Korean War, Mr. Rangos is keenly ware of the qualities represented by the Medal of Honor, the United States’ highest military commendation for valor in combat. That’s why he is such a strong supporter of the Congressional Medal of Honor (CMOH) Society, the body of living Medal of Honor recipients. Mr. Rangos was immensely proud when his boyhood friend, Michael Estocin, received the Medal of Honor for his service to the country.