It's hard to do that because some consider PSY and his one-hit-wonder a hero. A hero is simply someone that does good deeds that greatly benefit somebody. Firemen and policemen are heroes all the time. People from the different branches of the military are heroic. It just depends on how you look at it.
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A good example of a hero is Medal of Honor Recipient (U.S. Marine Corps) Sgt. Dakota Meyer, in Afghanistan he went back into enemy fire several times to rescue his buddies, and sadly to retrieve some of their bodies. You can read about it in his very humble book "Into The Fire".
That label gets tossed around too easily and it diminishes the value to those that truly deserve it. A hero is someone who puts themselves on the line and in pearl for the sake of others. Being a victim doesn't make someone a hero.
thats really diffcult because their is more than one type of hero ... but if u just mean a heroic act making one a hero than it would be someone small and powerless being fending off a being much bigger and more powerful .. an example would be an armed robber who has intensley trained himself goes to rob robin from batman and robin dies defending himself that would make robin a hero
They inspire those around them to be great people by being great people themselves. My brother in law is a hero to me. He's the greatest mechanic I've ever known and I hope to one day be THAT good at something.