Distinguished Service Cross Winners

People with Distinguished Service Cross


Name Title
Abraham Krotoshinsky United States Army soldier
Albert W. Waldron United States general
Alexander A. Drabik Butcher U.S. Army Soldier
Alexander Haig United States Secretary of State; United States Army general
Arthur Raymond Brooks American flying ace
Audie Murphy U.S. soldier and actor
Benjamin H. Vandervoort United States Army officer
Charles Nungesser French flying ace and adventurer
Charles Rudolph d'Olive American flying ace
Charles T. Lanham United States general
Chester Ellis Wright American World War I flying ace
Chesty Puller Legendary United States Marine Corps general
Colin Kelly United States Army officer
Curtis LeMay United States general
Daniel Daly United States Marine Corps Medal of Honor recipient
David Hackworth Recipient of the Purple Heart medal
Donald Hudson (aviator) American flying ace
Douglas MacArthur American Field Marshal/General of the Army
Edward Peck Curtis United States general
Ferdinand Marcos President of the Philippines (1965–1986)
Fred Winchester Sladen US Military Academy superintendent
George F. Moore (lieutenant governor) American politician
George S. Patton United States Army general
George Willard Furlow American flying ace
Gorman DeFreest Larner American flying ace
Hal Moore Retired United States Army lieutenant general
Hamilton Coolidge American World War I flying ace
Harold Buckley Writer
Henry Gunther Last soldier killed in WWI
Henry Howard Whitney American general
Hiram I. Bearss Marine Corps Medal of Honor recipient
Howard Eugene Beagle
Ivan Yefimovich Petrov Soviet general
James Armand Meissner American flying ace
James J. Lindsay United States general
James Muri
James Norman Hall Novelist memoirist
John Francis Burnes
John H. Hilldring American general
John J. Pershing United States Army general in World War I
John Knox MacArthur American flying ace
John L. Hines former Chief of Staff of the United States Army
John M. Spalding American politician
John McCain U.S. Senator from Arizona; 2008 Republican Presidential nominee
John P. Washington US army chaplain killed in action
John W. Mitchell Sound engineer
Joseph Frank Wehner American flying ace
Joseph T. Dawson
Karl H. Timmermann U.S. Army Officer
Keith Payne Australian Victoria Cross recipient

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