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British Defense Co Made Sure Medal Of Honor Winner Couldn't Work In The Defense Industry Ever Ag

Nobody questioned former Marine Sgt. Dakota Meyer's judgment when he defied orders and pounded into an enemy stronghold rescuing 13 fellow Marines and 23 Afghan allies during the Battle of Ganjgal in 2009.

Nobody, except maybe Meyer himself, questioned his nomination for the Medal of Honor (MoH) in November 2010 by the Commandant of the Marine Corps.

But when Meyer protested the sale of advanced weapons to Pakistan, BAE not only questioned his judgment, they made sure he was unemployable in the defense industry.

Meyer's MoH is a huge honor. Only the third living recipient of the award since the Vietnam War, and the first Marine in more than four decades to wear the Medal, Meyer used its prestige, along with his military experience, to get a job helping active duty soldiers when he entered the civilian workforce

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