File Under “Honors You’d Really Rather Never Receive”

Zubin Jelveh reports on the Congressional Medal of Honor:

In all wars before World War I, less than 10 percent of honorees died in battle. After WWI through Vietnam, the probability of dying increased from 25 percent to between 60 and 70 percent. And since then, every honoree has died in battle.

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