Actually it was two MOHs, as it was classed as two separate actions. Not to give the ending away but you might not want to watch (drone footage) because his medals were awarded posthumously.

USAF Master Sergeant John Chapman was a combat air controller, one of the least known and least heralded "Special Forces," but he raised the bar on what it means to be truly "bad-ass."

Many different units brag about being the first one's there but 95% of the time, the guys who call themselves "the tip of the spear" flew to the scene of the battle in a 160th SOAR helicopter that was following a radio beacon being transmitted by a USAF combat controller who was already there, totally alone, and hiding under a bush to make sure the pilots could find their LZ.