United States Army Medal of Honor Citations – part of the Center for Military History.
United States Navy Medal of Honor Page – information about Medal of Honor recipients from the Navy and Marine Corps.
United States Air Force Medal of Honor Page – a listing of Medal of Honor recipients from the United States Air Force.
United States Coast Guard Medal of Honor Recipient – a page honoring the only member of the United States Coast Guard to receive the Medal of Honor.
Pritzker Military Library for Medal of Honor Recipient Interviews – Pritzker Military Library for Medal of Honor Recipient Interviews .
Congressional Medal of Honor Society
Adopt a living MOH Recipient
Adopt a MOH recipient. Learn about your recipient and let him know how you feel about him and his sacrifices.
Honor a past Recipient at a local grave
Visit a local grave site to honor MOH Recipients and other veterans that gave all they had.
The CMOHS Scholarship Fund
Help the Society fund scholarships to worthy young people in search of higher education.
Have a Patriotic School Assembly
Have one of the over 100 living recipients come and speak to your school and give the kids a bit of living history to learn from.
Memorial Day Celebration
The day off from school/work is nice but learn how you can pay tribute to those that died for the American people.
Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation
In addition to fully supporting the Society’s scholarship program for the children of Medal of Honor recipients, the Foundation, in partnership with the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association Educational Foundation, has awarded $4,000 scholarships to outstanding students enrolled in the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) programs of the Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps.
Medal of Honor Character Development Program
The Medal of Honor Character Development Program incorporates the ideals of courage and selfless service into the middle and high school curriculum to build character and promote responsible citizenship.
Medal of Honor Recipients in the Classroom and Hospitals
Medal of Honor recipients are asked to speak to large groups frequently about the Medal of Honor. They talk about what the Medal represents and how they can apply the same principles of courage and selflessness in their daily lives. They talk to school children, visit veteran’s hospitals and attend many public events.
Medal of Honor: A Resource for Teachers
Lessons of Personal Bravery and Self-Sacrifice
Sample lesson Overcoming Obstacles
Home of Heroes
The National Medal of Honor Museum of Military History
Full-Text Citations by War