- A Includes Lieutenant Ellen Ainsworth who was one of four Army Nurses to earn the Silver Star during WWII. These were the first Silver Stars awarded to women in the Army.
- B Includes PFC J. W. Blackwell who returned to evacuate a wounded comrade only to find the position occupied by the enemy. Read his unique citation.
- C-D Includes Private First Class Charles Cartee who fearlessly performed the deeds that would earn him the Silver Star during a rescue deemed by many to be impossible.
- E Captain John Erbes earned the Silver Star an incredible 4 times during WW II. In addition, he earned the Distinguished Service Cross and the Bronze Star. He is quite possibly the most decorated AMEDD Soldier to date.
- F-G Technician Fifth Grade Henry Finseth evacuated casualties for nearly 60 hours over the course of 3 days.
- H Private First Class Welbey Hatton performed a battlefield amputation in order to evacuate one of two casualties. Ultimately, he saved both of their lives.
- I-J In addition to the Silver Star, Technician Fourth Class Sinton Jones Jr was also awarded the Distinguished Service Cross. Private First Class Joph Ito, a medic with the famed 442nd Regimental Combat Team (Nisei Volunteers), raced across 150 yards of open terrain under sniper, machine gun and artillery fire to reach and treat 5 wounded comrades. Also on this page, one of only two known three-time recipients of the Combat Medic Badge, Technician Fifth Grade Henry Jenkins' first Silver Star citation. He earned his second in the Korean War.
- K Private Robert Kalish was captured twice by the enemy. While a prisoner, he treated two seriously wounded comrades and negotiated their release, his release, and a vehicle to transport them to friendly lines.
- L Private First Class Vincent Lanasa, while under both friendly and enemy fire, persuaded an enemy aid station to surrender.
- M Although wounded, Technician Fifth Grade Tadao Miyamoto of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, made his way forward to treat 4 comrades. He then moved an additional 40 yards forward to treat and pull an enemy officer back to friendly territory. This produced an unexpected benefit. See his citation.
- N- P Even after traumatic amputation of his left leg, Private James Orr continued to provide first aid to the wounded at the cost of his life.
- Q-S After treating an enemy Soldier, and although unarmed, Private First Class Miguel Ramirez entered an enemy dugout and convinced the occupants to surrender.
- T-V Technician Fifth Grade Karl Taylor rushed to the aid of two Soldiers he thought had been wounded by shell fire. It turned out they were in a mine field. He administered first aid and carried one man to safety, returned and rescued the second.
- W-Z Private First Class Tom Yagi received the Silver Star for gallantry that extended over a period of 15 days.