(a) A recommendation for award of the Texas Legislative Medal of Honor or Lone Star
Medal of Valor shall be forwarded through military channels to the adjutant general. An individual having personal knowledge of an act or achievement or exceptional
service believed to warrant the award of one of these medals may submit a letter of
recommendation to the adjutant general.
(b) A letter of recommendation for award of the Texas Legislative Medal of Honor or
Lone Star Medal of Valor must give an account of the occurrence and statements of
eyewitnesses, extracts from official records, sketches, maps, diagrams, or photographs
to support and amplify the stated facts.
(c) If the adjutant general determines that a case meets the criteria established
by Section 437.352 for award of the Lone Star Medal of Valor, the adjutant general shall by endorsement
recommend to the governor the awarding of the medal.
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