On June 1, 1813, the officer of the USS Chesapeake, James Lawrence, lay biting the dust, and expressed the undying words, "Don't surrender the boat!" Inspiring words are not generally enough, for the Chesapeake was caught in that fight and was re-fixed as the HMS Chesapeake. We rundown 10 of the best military citations, whether they accomplished their planned result or not. (We can't guarantee they are the 10 biggest, as a result obviously that is strictly a matter of assumption.) Which ones would you add to the rundown?