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Second Lieutenant Hughes said: "The whole ridge was boiling - we saw the guards leave the trenches - walking slowly and laboriously over 'no man's land' - one moment you would see a number of men - then a blanket of an exploding shell would hide them - clear away - and the stragglers marching on.
Studio portrait of Flintshire-born Second Lieutenant Frederick Birks who was awarded the Victoria Cross posthumously after his death in September 1918 aged 23 years
Second Lieutenant Sulaj is also being groomed to lead America's most precious resource into battle.
Captain James Gibbs and Second Lieutenant Jay Beeman, 11th Engineer Battalion, Fort Benning, Georgia, took third place and were awarded Army Achievement Medals.
Second best man was Second Lieutenant Nathaniel Elder.
The 23-year-old prince, who has a private fortune of pounds 8million, now out earns older brother William, 25, whose Army rank is still second lieutenant.
During the Battle of the Bulge in 1944, Second Lieutenant Hyde helped ensure the orderly rearward movement of the division.
As a second lieutenant in the Household Cavalry regiment, he currently commands a troop consisting of 12 men.
However, before they reached their final objective they came under attack, as Second Lieutenant Folarin Kuku explained, "Once we got within one or two kilometres from there, that's when it started to get tasty.
Two other soldiers, Captain Alexander Eida, 29, of the Royal Horse Artillary and Second Lieutenant Ralph Johnson, 24 also the Household Cavalry, died.
Upon graduation from college and completion of the ROTC program, the cadet will be commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Air Force.
Second Lieutenant Joanna Yorke Dyer, Corporal Kris O'Neill, Private Eleanor Dlugosz and Kingsman Adam James Smith died on April 5, making it the bloodiest day for British troops in Iraq since last November.