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The wild story that led to a petty officer’s Navy Marine Corps Medal

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A petty officer was awarded the Navy Marine Corps Medal, the sea service’s highest non-combat award for heroism, on Nov. 21 for a daring mountain rescue last year in Washington state.

Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Anthony Anglikowski was recognized for his actions during a helicopter rescue mission to aid two “critically injured” hikers in Washington’s Olympic National Forest on May 23, 2021, according to a Navy release.

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