Lakers fans were on their feet Sunday night for three American heroes honored for foiling a terrorist attack on a train in Paris in August.
The 23-year-old earned the distinction for his leadership and courage that he showed during heroic actions stopping a train terror attack in August.
Stone can be seen knocking a man to the ground before another assailant approaches from behind and appears to stab him in the back.
Spencer Stone, 23, who overpowered a gunman aboard an Amsterdam-to-Paris train last month, arrived at Travis Air Force Base Thursday night.
Anthony Sadler, one of three Americans who helped stop an alleged terrorist attack on a French train last month, shares his story with NBC's Lester Holt.
European leaders were meeting Saturday to reconsider train security after American passengers thwarted a terrorist attack on Paris-bound trip.
A French-American academic who tried to subdue the Paris-train gunman shouted back to his wife "I got the gun," his wife said.
Anthony Sadler spoke briefly during a news conference with Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, who presented him with a basketball jersey.
American servicemen who disarmed a suspected terrorist on a Paris-bound train are “heroes, plain and simple,” a U.S. Air Force commander said.
One of three Americans who subdued a heavily-armed suspected terrorist on a Paris-bound train, will be awarded one of the U.S. Army's highest honors.
Anthony Sadler, a 23-year-old college student, and two friends were among those honored for stopping a AK-47 toting gunman on a Paris-bound train.
French authorities on Tuesday formally opened a terror investigation into the armed attack on a high-speed Paris-bound train.
One of the Americans hailed as heroes after thwarting a gunman on a train was invited to the French premiere of "Straight Outta Compton."
Facebook shut the account of French train attack suspect Ayoub El-Khazzani for "terrorist content” within hours of the shooting, the social media giant said.
Judges must decide whether a Moroccan who was tackled by fellow passengers on a high-speed train will be charged with attempting a terror attack.
Relatives of the American teacher shot during last week's French train attack say they're not the least bit surprised by his heroism.
The aborted shooting attack on a European high-speed train is a reminder that no other form of transportation has the kind of security air travel does
A French-American professor who was shot while trying to to disarm a gunman wielding an AK-47 aboard a high-speed train, according to his wife.
The three Americans who helped thwart an attack by a AK-47-toting gunman on an Amsterdam-Paris train received France’s highest honor on Monday.
French President Francois Hollande bestowed on Monday France's highest honor to three American who stopped a train attack.
The gunman disarmed by passengers on a train in France looked weak and malnourished and said he only meant to rob people, a lawyer said.
The three Americans being hailed for thwarting an attack on an Amsterdam-Paris train said the gunman could have done more harm had they not acted.
Authorities are investigating whether Moroccan Ayoub El Khazzani was acting alone when he launched an apparent terror attack on an Amsterdam-Paris train.
The three Americans who thwarted a gunman were acting completely in line with their characters when they jumped into action to defend themselves and those around them, family members said.
The men, including two servicemen, are being praised for their "courage and commitment" to protecting the public, on- and off-duty.
Christina Cathleen Coons, a social worker from New York, was aboard the train when a gunshot rang out. "Are we all going to die today?'" she thought.
A National Guard soldier and another member of the U.S. military were among those that grappled with a gunman who attacked passengers on a train.
The father of one of the three Americans who helped overpower a gunman on a French high-speed train in Europe said he was stunned and relieved.
One of three people hurt in the shooting was an "American who neutralized an extremely violent person," the French Interior Minister said.