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Virtual Vietnam Veterans Wall of Faces | HAROLD T HENESY | ARMY

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U.S. Army chaplain Father Emil Joseph Kapaun, who died May 23, 1951, in a North Korean prisoner of war camp, is pictured celebrating Mass from the hood of a jeep Oct. 7, 1950, in South Korea. He was captured about a month later. The Medal of Honor, the nation’s highest military award for bravery, was awarded to the priest posthumously at the White House April 11, 2013. (CNS photo/courtesy U.S. Army medic Raymond Skeehan)

President Barack Obama April 11 awarded the Medal of Honor to famed Korean War chaplain Father Emil Kapaun, presenting it to the priest’s nephew, Ray Kapaun, nearly days after his uncle’s death in a prisoner of war camp.