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  • Paul Tobin
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  • Paul Tobin is an American author and comic book writer who wrote the comics Predators: Beating the Bullet and Prometheus: Fire and Stone for Dark Horse Comics. Tobin's script for the Predators film adaptation featured a number of scenes with and insights from the issue's narrator, Isabelle, that weren't included in the film release.
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  • Paul Tobin was a United States Navy sailor and a recipient of the United States military's highest decoration, the Medal of Honor. A native of Pleyben, France, Tobin joined the U.S. Navy from Brest. By July 3, 1871, he was serving as a landsman on the USS Plymouth. On that day, while the Plymouth was at the Port of Hamburg, Germany, a small boat approached the ship in a strong current. When the boat capsized, Tobin and another sailor, Quarter Gunner George Holt, jumped overboard and rescued one of the boat's crewmen. For this action, both he and Holt were awarded the Medal of Honor a year later, on October 10, 1872.
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  • __NOEDITSECTION__[[Category:Year of Death - ]]
  • Paul Tobin was a United States Navy sailor and a recipient of the United States military's highest decoration, the Medal of Honor. A native of Pleyben, France, Tobin joined the U.S. Navy from Brest. By July 3, 1871, he was serving as a landsman on the USS Plymouth. On that day, while the Plymouth was at the Port of Hamburg, Germany, a small boat approached the ship in a strong current. When the boat capsized, Tobin and another sailor, Quarter Gunner George Holt, jumped overboard and rescued one of the boat's crewmen. For this action, both he and Holt were awarded the Medal of Honor a year later, on October 10, 1872. Tobin's official Medal of Honor citation reads: On board the U.S.S. Plymouth, Hamburg Harbor, 3 July 1871. Jumping overboard at the imminent risk of his life, Tobin, with a comrade, rescued from drowning one of a party who was thrown from a shore boat into a 4-knot running tide while the boat was coming alongside the ship.
  • Paul Tobin is an American author and comic book writer who wrote the comics Predators: Beating the Bullet and Prometheus: Fire and Stone for Dark Horse Comics. Tobin's script for the Predators film adaptation featured a number of scenes with and insights from the issue's narrator, Isabelle, that weren't included in the film release.
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