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  1. The Heroism of William Pinckney
    The Heroism of William Pinckney

    William Pinckney's new headstone is unveiled at the Beaufort National Cemetery Feb. 10. Pinckney carried his shipmate to … view now

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  2. The Navy B-1 Band Remembers Breaking Barriers
    The Navy B-1 Band Remembers Breaking Barriers

    B-1 Navy Band members Calvin Morrow, Simeon Holloway and Jewitt White reflect on their legacy as the first non-mess attendant… view now

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  3. Colonel Charles McGee & The Tuskegee Airmen
    Colonel Charles McGee & The Tuskegee Airmen

    The story of Charles McGee, veteran of the legendary Tuskegee Airmen during World War II, narrated by Tony-winning actor … view now

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  4. Profiles in Valor: Sergeant First Class Melvin Morris
    Profiles in Valor: Sergeant First Class Melvin Morris

    Sergeant First Class Melvin Morris was one of the Army’s first men to wear the famous “Green Beret,” in our Army’s Special… view now

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  5. Profiles in Valor: John S. Weston
    Profiles in Valor: John S. Weston

    World War II veteran John Weston joined the U.S. Army in 1941 as part of the 758th Tank Battalion. The 758th was the first… view now

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  6. Profiles of Valor: James McEachin
    Profiles of Valor: James McEachin

    US Army veteran James McEachin reflects on his service during the Korean War, and recounts a near-death experience when he… view now

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  7. African-Americans in Military History: Breaking Barriers
    African-Americans in Military History: Breaking Barriers

    Features a brief synopsis of African-American firsts throughout U.S. military history. view now

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  8. Yesterday's Air Force: Chappie James
    Yesterday's Air Force: Chappie James

    Daniel “Chappie” James was the U.S. Air Forces first African-American 4-star general. He trained Tuskegee Airmen and even… view now

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  9. African American History Month: General Benjamin Davis Jr.
    African American History Month: General Benjamin Davis Jr.

    Retired General Benjamin Davis Jr.'s contributions towards a desegregated United States Air Force are highlighted. Narration… view now

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  10. In Search of Capt. Lawrence E. Dickson, Tuskegee Airman
    In Search of Capt. Lawrence E. Dickson, Tuskegee Airman

    The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency partnered with the University of New Orleans, University of Innsbruck and the National… view now

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  11. American Airmen -- Breaking Barriers Since 1947
    American Airmen -- Breaking Barriers Since 1947

    From breaking the sound barrier, to Tuskegee Airmen, to integrating women in combat and forging innovative ideas -- American… view now

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  12. CMSgt James Cotten: In the Interest of the Nation
    CMSgt James Cotten: In the Interest of the Nation

    “I learned about respect. Regardless of what color you are, whether you’re male or female, what got me through was my respect… view now

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