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Consider yourself lucky if that’s all that happened; it could have went like April 9, 2004, went for Private First Class Jeremy Church.

At the time, Church was a driver for the 724th Transportation Company, a U.S. Army Reserve unit on active duty in Global War on Terrorism in Iraq. As Church and the rest of his unit moved in a convoy that day, they were ambushed by more than 150 insurgents.

According to the citation that accompanied the Silver Star Church was awarded for his actions on that day, here is what happened next.

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