Troops harmed in Iran assault minimized by Trump were denied Purple Hearts. Presently, that might change.
Tom Vanden Brook
WASHINGTON – The Army is thinking about dramatically increasing the quantity of Purple Heart decorations granted to fighters injured in the Iranian long range rocket assault on their base in Iraq in January 2020, an assault the Trump organization made light of as worries twirled about a raising struggle.
In the weeks after the assault, the Trump organization looked to reduce the wounds troops had endured. It wasn’t until over a month after the assault that the Pentagon recognized that in excess of 100 soldiers had experienced horrendous cerebrum wounds the 13 rockets that rammed into the base.