Jefferson Finis Davis
Evidence: He was brave because he fought in multiple wars.
Warrant 1.1: He led a successful charge on the La Teneria Fort in Monterrey.
Warrant 1.2: In the battle for Buena Vista, he blocked a charge of swordsman but was injured - an incident that earned him national acclaim.
Evidence: He was honorable because he gave up all of his ranked political positions to go back into the military and fight.
Warrant 1.1: In 1846 the Mexican–American War began. Davis resigned his house seat in early June and raised a volunteer regiment, the 155th Infantry Regiment, becoming its colonel under the command of his former father-in-law, General Zachary Taylor