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He's just an ordinary guy

Monday, March 21, 2005

The 25-year old Grenadian-born war hero Johnson Beharry is described by friends as family as a "nice, unassuming person".
Beharry saved 30 members of his unit in Iraq and has been awarded Britains first Victoria Cross for more than 20 years. He is the first living recipient of the VC - the highest award in the British and Commonwealth military
He twice saved the lives of colleagues while under enemy fire. Beharry was at the head of a five-vehicle convoy when it came under attack in the town of al-Amarah on 1 May 2004.
He guided the column through a mile of enemy ground to drop off wounded comrades at great risk to his own safety, his citation said.
Weeks later, his vehicle was hit by a rocket-propelled grenade round. Despite a head wound, he managed to reverse his Warrior to safety.

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saty true too your slef man
there are no heros in WAR but u my friend are a hero in humanity and for that it self there is no cross one can receive to represent that. it is the respect u will get from ur peers and the men that were fortunate to know u that is ur treasure. dont let a medel determine who u are for u were that person before u got it.
By julien matthew @ Dominica, New York
Friday, April 15, 2005

For Johnson Beharry
Big up Grenadians , de most hospitable people that are in the west indies (and the rest of the west indies) . I find your story inspiring cos well i'm only 13 and well , you've changed my perception on the british army !!!!!
Thank you !!!!
By Jerome Noel @ England , London
Saturday, April 2, 2005

TOTAL respect
this guy si may friend from back home we grow up together also we went to same school and he was my neighbour. his brother and i has the same age and on the same day it proud to see that everything is ok and we just start to put GRENADA ON THE MAP much bigger and i love all greandian people

By kenrick a augustine @ canada
Friday, March 25, 2005

respect to my grenadian ppl
man i respect u fa doin what u had to do
keepin it real
By kennisha @ canada/toronto
Thursday, March 24, 2005

Big Up My Yute
Congratst on your military accomplishments. Stay true to your roots.
By Caribbean Diaspora @  

Tuesday, March 22, 2005

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