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Mayo Boy, Vietnam Hero

The story of Patrick 'Bob' Gallagher who emigrated to the United States from County Mayo in 1962. He fought in the Vietnam war and for his bravery was awarded the prestigious Navy Cross medal. Just weeks later, he was killed in combat. (2016)

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