On Wednesday, Staff Sergeant Travis W. Atkins received posthumously the National Medal of Honor from President Donald Trump.

Atkins, of Bozeman, was killed on June 1, 2007 when he tackled a suicide bomber who detonated his vest. Atkins’ actions saved the lives of three of his fellow soldiers during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Jack & Elaine Atkins of Bozeman, along with his son, Trevor Oliver, were in Washington D.C. to receive the Medal of Honor from President Donald Trump for Staff Sergeant Atkins.

Here are some of the images from Wednesday's event:

President Donald Trump presents the Medal of Honor to Trevor Oliver, son of Army Staff Sgt. Travis W. Atkins, and Travis' parents Jack and Elaine, at the White House.

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Vice President Mike Pence joins military officers and Department of Defense leadership in applauding the family of  Army Staff Sgt. Travis W. Atkins at the White House.

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President Donald Trump presents the Medal of Honor to Trevor Oliver, son of Staff Sergeant Travis W. Atkins, at the White House.

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President Donald Trump presents the Medal of Honor to Trevor Oliver, son of Army Staff Sgt. Travis W. Atkins, and Travis' parents Jack and Elaine, at the White House.

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