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Sep 8, 2020

It's the first of its kind.

Heroism caught on tape unlike its ever been captured before.

In 2002 Air Force Techincal Sgt. John Chapman gave his life to protect his country and his fellow soldiers.

He would be posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his actions.

As it happens, Sgt. Chapman's heroism was caught on tape by a CIA predator drone flying more than 10,000 feet overhead during the firefight.

Chapman was hit by gunfire and shrapnel at least sixteen times, and although his wounds and his heroism would cost him his life, it would save twenty three of his fellow soldiers in that moment, and allow America to advance the fight against terrorism and tyranny around the world.

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