Bronco Bravery: Captain Steve Bennett, Captain Mike Brown & the Medal of Honor
“Steve knew five or ten minutes before we went down that he was probably going to die but that he’d be giving me a chance to get out of it.” The thought didn’t occur to Marine Corps Captain Mike Brown until days after a sortie he flew with Air Force Captain Steve Bennett on June 29, 1972. Brown’s notion came a little over eight years after his first deployment to southeast Asia as an enlisted...
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Bronco Bravery Captain Steve Bennett, Captain Mike Brown & the Medal of Honor
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