Anthony Sadler, left, a senior at Sacramento State; U.S. National Guardsman Alek Skarlatos, right, of Roseburg, Oregon; and U.S. Airman Spencer Stone, second from left, pose for photographers with Jane D. Hartley, U.S. Ambassador to France, before a news conference Sunday at the ambassador’s residence in Paris. The men helped foil a potentially deadly attack when they subdued a suspected terrorist armed with an assault rifle and other weapons on a high-speed train bound for Paris. Monday the men received Legion of Honor medals.
Anthony Sadler, left, a senior at Sacramento State; U.S. National Guardsman Alek Skarlatos, right, of Roseburg, Oregon; and U.S. Airman Spencer Stone, second from left, pose for photographers with Jane D. Hartley, U.S. Ambassador to France, before a news conference Sunday at the ambassador’s residence in Paris. The men helped foil a potentially deadly attack when they subdued a suspected terrorist armed with an assault rifle and other weapons on a high-speed train bound for Paris. Monday the men received Legion of Honor medals. Francois Mori AP
Anthony Sadler, left, a senior at Sacramento State; U.S. National Guardsman Alek Skarlatos, right, of Roseburg, Oregon; and U.S. Airman Spencer Stone, second from left, pose for photographers with Jane D. Hartley, U.S. Ambassador to France, before a news conference Sunday at the ambassador’s residence in Paris. The men helped foil a potentially deadly attack when they subdued a suspected terrorist armed with an assault rifle and other weapons on a high-speed train bound for Paris. Monday the men received Legion of Honor medals. Francois Mori AP

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