Unlike the other two leads on the show, Will Swenson and Tony Sheldon, he's never had his name on the marquee before.
BVR: Do you have a relationship these days with Army Captain Will Swenson?
DM: I still think Will Swenson deserves the medal and I think that he acted courageously that day.
Throughout the White House ceremony and in subsequent interviews, Swenson maintained a stoic calm.
Swenson completed Officer Candidate School in September 2002 and commissioned into the infantry.
“What I am doing may be all wrong,” he admitted to Swenson, who came often to lean upon the hitching-pole and offer aid.
When he awoke it was noon, and Swenson, the guard, was standing over him.
Mrs. Swenson,” Florence repeated, louder this time, “what shall we plant?
He travels, thought Mr. Swenson, the fastest who travels alone.
Mr. Swenson, much as he disliked competition, was ready to put up with it, provided that it was fair competition.