There's something seriously skewed in the new leadership of our country's armed forces. On the one hand, it's understandable that the drone jockeys should, on occasion, be awarded a medal; it's got to be fairly boring work, for one, and of course there are the harsh conditions to endure: forced to sip warm soda pop while directing a drone from 10,000 miles away, for example.
Of course some of the pilots may deserve a medal.
But ranking above a Bronze Star with V? Higher than a guy who performs with valor while under fire? Somebody's got some seriously misplaced priorities. About what you expect from the Barky administration, though.