The Hall of Heroes at the Pentagon in Virginia, United States. Footsteps echo in Pentagon hall as camera moves along corridor toward the Hall of Heroes. John Charles Daly stands next to a giant replica of the U.S. Medal of Honor and speaks about medal recipients. He steps in front of a display listing names of Medal of Honor recipients and explains the medal's significance. Scene shifts back in time , to May, 1968 when President Lyndon Baines Johnson is seen speaking at the dedication of the Hall of Heroes, where he confers the Medal on recipients from each of the four military services. He calls out the names of : Charles C. Hagemeister (Army); James E. Williams (Navy); Gerald O. Young (Air Force) and Richard A. Pittman (Marine Corps). President Johnson says their names will be placed with others in the new Hall of Heroes. The President places the medals around the necks of the respective recipients as citations accompanying their awards are read. Next, Mr. Daly is seen again in front of the list of recipients. He notes that these four new additions brought the total of names to 3,210.
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