The Medal of Honor is the highest military decoration our country can bestow. It is given to members of the Armed Forces who act beyond the call of duty on the battlefield. Today, a recent Medal of Honor recipient is fighting on another front in his homeland. According to The Wall Street Journal, Dakota Meyer has sued BAE Systems, a British defense contractor with extensive U.S. contracts and lobbyists, for preventing him from getting a job with another defense contractor after he complained about BAE’s plans to sell high-tech sniper scopes to the Pakistani military. The United States and Great Britain’s defense industries arm both sides for profit. Perhaps the recent deaths of Pakistani soldiers by the U.S. military punctuate the story.