Gary Littrell

Gary L. Littrell is a retired United States Army command sergeant major who, while serving as an adviser to Army of the Republic of Vietnam's Ranger units during the Vietnam War, acted with extraordinary courage during a four-day siege on his battalion, for which he was awarded the Medal of Honor. His Awards include: Medal of Honor, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal (3), Purple Heart, Meritorious Service Medal, Air Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Cross of Gallantry (Vietnam).  Following his retirement, he has served as Vice-President of the Congressional Medal of Honor Society and was inducted into the Ranger Hall of Fame. He is currently the President of a Medical Rehabilitation Equipment Company and Chairman of the Tribute to Valor Foundation.

The Tribute to Valor Foundation was founded in 2018 as an all-volunteer organization focused on influencing, impacting and inspiring students involved in STEAM curriculum. Their goal is to help these students understand and engage the values of the Medal of Honor; Courage, Sacrifice, Patriotism, Citizenship, Integrity and Commitment.  They also provide students with the opportunities to meet and learn from wounded, ill, or injured service members, and understand the importance of STEAM and how new technologies have been critical to improving their quality of life and that of their families. Engaging young people with these veterans gives the students a unique perspective of the positive impact STEAM can make in the lives of others.


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