Silver Star

NOUN
  1. a United States military decoration for gallantry in action
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How To Use Silver Star In A Sentence

  • Chung-Hoon was named in honor of Rear Admiral Gordon Pai'ea Chung-Hoon (1910-1979), recipient of the Navy Cross and the Silver Star.
  • They all boarded their shuttlecraft, the Silver Star, and once everyone had strapped themselves into their seats, Veneti piloted the craft out of the shuttle bay.
  • She embroidered silver stars on her blue dress.
  • Obviously, he went into battle, and he was wounded, he received, I think, three Purple Hearts, he received a Silver Star which is only given for true heroism in the face of enemy gunfire. CNN Transcript Sep 20, 2004
  • With 18 years in the Corps, he's not about to retire, especially after three combat award ribbons and that Silver Star.
  • He served two tours as a lieutenant in the navy in Vietnam between December 1967 and April 1969, when he returned to the US with three Purple Hearts and a Silver Star.
  • She embroidered silver stars on her blue dress.
  • One moulten silver star stood out above all others. A Modern Chronicle — Complete
  • According to official Defense Department documents, Gen. Pendleton's decorations included four awards of the Silver Star, three awards of the Legion of Merit, three awards of the Distinguished Flying Cross, nine awards of the Bronze Star Medal, the Purple Heart and 44 awards of the Air Medal. Elmer D. Pendleton Jr., Army major general
  • The Department of the Navy told me that since the Silver Star was a medal for valor, it had never in its history granted a V to a Silver Star. Thomas Lipscomb: Why Running "On the Record" Is Harder Than You Think
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