U.S. President Lyndon Johnson presents Medals of Honor to U.S. Army men at the Pentagon in Virginia, United States for their services in the Vietnam War. U.S. Under Secretary of the Air Force Townsend Hoopes reads a citation at a microphones in the inner court of the Pentagon. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Earle Wheeler and U.S. Secretary of Defense Clark Clifford stand in the background. President Johnson places the Medal of Honor around the neck of U.S. Air Force Captain Gerald O. Young. The President talks and poses for pictures with four men who won the Medal of Honor including U.S. Army Specialist 5 Charles Hagemeister, U.S. Marine Corps Sergeant Richard Pittman, U.S. Navy Boatswain's Mate First Class James Williams and U.S. Air Force Captain Gerald Young. President Johnson and Secretary Clifford walk through the crowd and greet the families of men who won the Medal of Honor.
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