Order of Saint Maurice - Notable Recipients

Notable Recipients

See also: Category:Recipients of the Order of Saint Maurice
  • Edward C. Meyer – former U.S. Army Chief of Staff
  • Hal Moore – retired Lieutenant General
  • H. Ross Perot – awarded for sponsoring Operation Eagle Claw
  • Basil L. Plumley – retired Command Sergeant Major
  • Colin Powell – retired General and former Secretary of State of the United States
  • Matthew Ridgway – retired General

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