Army Ranger to Receive Medal of Honor for Freeing 75 Hostages About to Be Executed in Iraq

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One true hero is set to receive the highest of honors…

As one ranger has proven today.

And his incredible work is about to be honored.

He rescued a whopping 75 Iraqi hostages – and it’s believed he saved their lives.

Even reentering enemy territory to ensure all hostages were set free.

And tributes have begun pouring out for the hero.

“Sergeant Payne’s extraordinary heroism and selfless actions were key to liberating 75 hostages during a contested rescue mission,” they said.

“There were freshly dug graves. If we didn’t action this raid, then the hostages were likely to be executed,” Payne has explained.

The Medal of Honor he’s set to receive is the army’s highest accolade – and well deserved in this case.

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