Schmidt went to the assistance of his regimental commander, whose horse had been killed under him in a charge, mounted the officer behind him, under a heavy fire from the enemy, and returned him to his command.
Callahan was awarded the Medal of Honor for his bravery in the Union Army assault that resulted in the capture of Fort Blakely, Alabama on April 9, 1865. His award simply read that he "Captured the Flag".
Wallace was a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army when awarded a Medal of Honor for his actions in the Philippine-American War. Wallace later rose to the rank of lieutenant colonel, and retired from active service in 1919.
The exceptional gallantry and determination displayed by Captain Mallon resulted in the capture of 100 prisoners, 11 machineguns, four 155-millimeter howitzers and 1 antiaircraft gun.
Sergeant Ehlers, received the Medal of Honor for his exploits as an Army sergeant in the D-Day invasion of France and came to personify the heroism of the G.I.’s who stormed the beaches of Normandy on June 6, 1944.
First Lt. David Waybur, who was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor on October 21, 1943, moved to Manhattan, Kansas to serve at Fort Riley as an instructor of tactics at the Cavalry School.