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The Congressional Gold Medal was an award bestowed by the United States Congress. It was awarded to persons who have made a significant contribution to the security of Americans, their history and culture.

In Day 10, the Congressional Gold Medal was awarded to former CTU Director Rebecca Ingram for leading the raid that resulted in the death of terrorist leader Ibrahim Bin-Khalid. The award speech read as follows:

Six months ago, U.S. Special Forces launched an assault on the compound of Ibrahim Bin-Khalid, killing him and eight members of his terrorist organization. It is my distinct privilege to award the Congressional Gold Medal to the woman whose tireless efforts made that victory possible: Former National Director of CTU, Rebecca Ingram.

The medal was presented by a U.S. Senator in a ceremony held at the United States Capitol.