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Obama To Award Medal Of Honor To Army Afghan Vet

(Undated) -- President Obama will award the Medal of Honor today to a New Hampshire veteran of combat in Afghanistan. Former Army Staff Sergeant Ryan Pitts is receiving the nation's highest military honor for gallantry while serving as a forward observer in Afghanistan in 2008. Pitts now works in computer software business development in Nashua, New Hampshire.

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