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James May and six of his fellow soldiers were left behind on the dangerous beaches of Dunkirk.
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His heroic act silenced seven enemy machine guns and captured 25 German troops.
Corporal Guy Gabaldon was able to talk troops into surrendering.
He retired in 1904—but the Army wasn't done with him.
The American doctor was a beacon of hope for the soldiers he treated during his tour of duty.