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Old 08-02-2004, 11:59 PM   #1
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The Navy Cross

Maybe you'd like to hear about something other than idiot Reservists and naked Iraqis.

Maybe you'd like to hear about a real American, somebody who honored the uniform he wears.

Meet Brian Chontosh. Churchville-Chili Central School class of 1991. Proud graduate of the
Rochester Institute of Technology. Husband and about-to-be father. First
lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps.

And a genuine hero.

The secretary of the Navy said so yesterday.

At Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Training Center - Twentynine Palms,
CA, Brian Chontosh was presented with the Navy Cross, the second highest
award for combat bravery the United States can bestow.

That's a big deal. But you won't see it on the network news tonight, and all you read in
Brian's hometown newspaper was two paragraphs of nothing. Instead, it was more blather about some mental defective MPs who acted like animals. The odd fact about the American media in this war is that it's not
covering the American military. The most plugged-in nation in the world is receiving
virtually no true information about what its warriors are doing.
Oh, sure, there's a body count. We know how many Americans have fallen.
And we see those same casket pictures day in and day out. And we're almost
on a first-name basis with the pukes who abused the Iraqi
prisoners. And we know all about improvised explosive devices and how
we lost Fallujah and what Arab public-opinion polls say about us and how
the world hates us. We get a non-stop feed of gloom and doom.
But we don't hear about the heroes. The incredibly brave GIs who honorably do their duty. The ones our
grandparents would have carried on their shoulders down Fifth Avenue.
The ones we completely ignore.
Like Brian Chontosh. It was a year ago on the march into Baghdad. Brian Chontosh was a
platoon leader rolling up Highway 1 in a humvee, when all hell broke loose.
Ambush!
The young Marines were being cut to ribbons. Mortars, machine guns,
rocket propelled grenades. And the kid out of Churchville was in charge. It was
do or die and it was up to him. So he moved to the side of his column, looking for a way to lead his men
to safety. As he tried to poke a hole through the Iraqi line his humvee
came under direct enemy machine gun fire.
It was fish in a barrel and the Marines were the fish.

And Brian Chontosh gave the order to attack. He told his driver to floor
the humvee directly at the machine gun emplacement that was firing at them.
And he had the guy on top with the .50 cal unload on them.
Within moments there were Iraqis slumped across the machine gun and
Chontosh was still advancing, ordering his driver now to take the humvee directly
into the Iraqi trench that was attacking his Marines. Over into the
battlement the humvee went and out the door Brian Chontosh bailed,
carrying an M16 and a Beretta and 228 years of Marine Corps pride.
And he ran down the trench. With its mortars and riflemen, machineguns and grenadiers.
And he killed them all. He fought with his M16A2 rifle until he was out of ammo. Then he fought
with the 9mm Beretta until it was out of ammo. Then he picked up a dead man's
AK47 and fought with that until it was out of ammo. Then he picked up
another dead man's AK47 and fought with that until it was out of ammo.

At one point he even fired a discarded Iraqi RPG into an enemy cluster,
sending attackers flying with its grenade explosion.
When he was done Brian Chontosh had cleared 200 meters of entrenched
Iraqis from his platoon's flank. He had killed more than 20 and wounded at
least as many more. But that's probably not how he would tell it.
He would probably merely say that his Marines were in trouble, and he got
them out of trouble. Hoo-rah, and drive on.

"By his outstanding display of decisive leadership, unlimited courage in the
face of heavy enemy fire, and utmost devotion to duty, 1st Lt. Chontosh
reflected great credit upon himself and upheld the highest traditions of the
Marine Corps and the United States Naval Service."
That's what the citation says.
And that's what nobody will hear.
That's what doesn't seem to be making the evening news. Accounts of
American
valor are dismissed by the press as propaganda, yet accounts of American
difficulties are heralded as objectivity. It makes you wonder if the
role of the media is to inform, or to depress - to report or to deride. To tell the
truth, or to feed us lies. But I guess it doesn't matter. We're going to turn out all right.
As long as men like Brian Chontosh wear our uniform.

And best of all...this is true




Makes ya damn proud to be a Marine or in the Military for that matter....
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quote: And best of all...this is true
...as are the many stories of bravery from our warriors in Vietnam, Korea, WWII and WWI that the media never covered in BIG headlines. It will make you cry when you read of the bravery oridinary men exhibited under extraordinary circumstances. How many more stories never get attention? (To this day my husband can not stand Jane Fonda!) To all you service people, Bless YOU, we remember you and we won't forget!
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Maybe you'd like to hear about something other than idiot Reservists and naked Iraqis.

Wheew... I thought you were talking about me for a moment.

Something about "Idiot Reservist" and "Naked Iraqis" spelled "SmokeEater".
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Old 08-05-2004, 09:47 PM   #4
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I got another Marine here along with Capt. Chontosh, Lcpl. Joseph Perezand Cpl. Marco Martinez who was awarded the Navy Cross in Iraq. He's the Company 1st SGT with Charlie Co. BLT 1st Battalion 4th Marine Regiment, 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit (SOC). His name is 1st Sgt. Justin D. Lehew. He was awarded the Navy Cross JUly 24, 2004. For heroic actions while under extreme fire in An-Nasiriyah, Iraq. His unit ( Alpha Company, 1/2, Task Force Tarawa) was an hour behind the soldiers of the 507th transportation company Pfc. Lori Piestewa (RIP) was killed and PFC Jessica Lynch was captured. He saved and evacuated, along with a Navy corpsman, 77 servicemen (Marines and Soldiers). Their orders were to take the southern and northern bridges leading into the city when they came under attack. a Marine in his unit pointed out to him that an AAV was going the wrong way with his back hatch open. Only to realize that it had been used as an ambulance to evacuate wounded and KIA personnel when an Iraqi blew the door apart with an RPG. The 1st Sgt and his corpsman proceeded to remove bodies and personnel who had survived. After taking them to a casulty collection point, he radioed in for air support. In which a Marine pilot flew in and landed in what has become known as one of thee hottest LZ's since Vietnam. Under extreme fire 1st Sgt Lehew began medevacing personnel a little more than 200 yards away from him. During which time Marines so badly wounded who should have been medevac'ed were still taking the fight to the Iraqis. For his actions, 1st Sgt. Lehew was awarded the Navy Cross, second only to the Medal of Honor. Semper Fi 1st Sgt.!!! Ooh-rah!!!!
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Heroes of a new Generation
Four Marines Awarded Navy Cross

Marine Captain Brian Chontosh is one of four US Marines recently presented with the Navy Cross for heroism in Iraq. Second only to the Medal of Honor, these four Marines join with only 2,152 of their Letherneck brothers to be awarded the Navy's highest military decoration. Since the end of the Vietnam War, where 361 Marines earned Navy Crosses, only four other Marines have received the award: 1 for the SS Mayaguez Incident, 1 in Grenada, and 2 in Operation Desert Storm.

These four Marine Corps heroes of a new generation are:
  • Gunnery Sergeant Justin D. Lehew (For action 23 & 24 March 2003)
  • Captain (then 1st Lt.) Brian R. Chontosh (For action 25 March 2003)
  • Lance Corporal Joseph B. Perez (For action 4 April 2003)
  • Corporal Marco A. Martinez (For action 12 April 2003)
Since the beginning of the War on Terror, the U.S. Air Force has awarded two Air Force Crosses, both posthumously. Two U.S. Navy SEALs have also earned Navy Crosses, both for heroism in Afghanistan. One member of the U.S. Army has been awarded the Distinguished Service Cross, the first such award since the end of the Vietnam War.

Two men have also been nominated for Medals of Honor for the current actions. If approved, both would be posthumous awards. U.S. Army Engineer Paul Ray Smith was nominated for his heroic actions on April 4, 2003. More recently, Marine Corporal Jason Dunham was nominated for the Medal of Honor after covering an enemy grenade with his own body to spare his comrades. Corporal Dunham died of his wounds on April 22, eight days after his heroic act of self-sacrifice.




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Thanks 50calNDN
thanks for sharing these brave people with us.
As i read about these brave people, tears came to my eye's as i know that - like you said about Brian Chontosh, "But that's probably not how he would tell it. He would probably merely say that his Marines were in trouble, and he got them out of trouble. Hoo-rah, and drive on." is so true of these hero's ... they didn't think twice ... just had to get their "crew" out of there ... and did what they had too ... to do that.
blessed be ... these brave men and woman
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I read here in NY recently, that a Marine from the 1st Mar. Div. may be awarded the Medal of Honor. I can't remember his name, but his actions speak volumes of Marines valor under fire. I believe he jumped on a grenade and saved his buddies is the citation. He was from Scio, NY. It was in the Leatherneck Magazine. That is one helluva Marine.

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:american: :american: You should keep us up to date on all Marines who receive the Navy Cross, Bronze Star, Purple Hearts-so we know their names, so their names will never be forgotten. :marching: :marching:

Is there anyone out there who have names for other branches, if you have time to research.
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There was another possible MOH as well. The soldier was with the 101st Airborne. He did the same thing as the marine did, only earlier in the war. Its still in the process of being investigated. It may be awhile before we hear anything on both MOH, awarded for actions in Iraq.
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Yeah it usually takes about 2-4 years before a medal is actually awarded now a days....most likely depending on what they did whether they fell on a grenade or turned the tide of a battle will it prove worthy of the MOH.....I guess we'll just wait and see.....
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