Nov. 10, 2006: Marine Corps Museum Opens

President Bush honors Corporal Jason Dunham at Marine Corps museum dedication.
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Transcript for Nov. 10, 2006: Marine Corps Museum Opens
Inspiration today as President Bush honored a young marine who gave his life in Iraq. At a ceremony for the new national museum of the Marine Corps in Quantico Virginia the president said the medal of honor. -- be given to the parents of corporal Jason -- of in 2004 corporal Dunham threw himself on a grenade during a firefight to protect fellow Marines. -- the president today was visibly moved and -- -- Marines like corporal Dunham. America will never. Fear for her liberty. And as long as we have this -- is damn America will never forget their sacrifice. May god -- year. May god bless America -- and may god bless the United States. Today is the marine corps' 231. Anniversary and it would have been corporal Dunham 25 birthday.

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