Lt. Col. Johnathan Jordan has been awarded the fourth highest military honor, the Bronze Star, for his heroic act when Iran launched 16 missiles at U.S. Forces in Iraq. Jordan is the Air Force director of operations in Al-Asad Air Base, Iraq. A total of 11 missiles struck the camp, and luckily, no one died part due to his efforts. Jordan, along with Lt. Col. Staci Coleman, his commander, removed half of their 160 Airmen on a C-130 Hercules with him on command and made it back safely when the attack was over.
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