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Medal of Honor winner given FDNY application extension
By: Bill O'ReillySeptember 30, 2011
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CBS News: A former Marine who was awarded the Medal of Honor bowed out of his quest Tuesday to join the New York City Fire Department after a federal judge denied his request to extend the application deadline for all aspiring firefighters - not just him. The judge had been willing to grant a 24-hour application extension for Sgt. Dakota Meyer, who saved the lives of 36 people during an ambush in Afghanistan two years ago. Meyer missed the FDNY's application deadline because he was busy with official Medal of Honor commitments and ceremonies, said Keith Sullivan, his attorney.
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