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While the Charles H. Coolidge National Medal of Honor Heritage Center is closed to the public, the educational center is providing children and families a virtual learning environment during the coronavirus pandemic with its "Adventures in Valor" initiative that includes a series of videos where Medal of Honor recipients share their thoughts on six important character traits and how they can be applied in our daily lives to make a difference.

In the view above, Medal of Honor recipients Joe Marm and Gary Littrell share their thoughts on what citizenship means to them and how we can show this important character trait in our daily actions and lives to make a difference.

According to the Heritage Center, the six "character values" are:  

— Patriotism

— Citizenship

— Courage

— Integrity

— Sacrifice

— Commitment

In partnership with the Charles H. Coolidge National Medal of Honor Heritage Center

This is part of an occasional series by the Times Free Press in partnership with the Heritage Center to provide free resources for children and families during the coronavirus outbreak. View more activites and "Values Videos" on their website.

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