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The Navy B-1 Band Remembers Breaking Barriers
09 Feb 2018 | By Member 30298028
B-1 Navy Band members Calvin Morrow, Simeon Holloway and Jewitt White reflect on their legacy as the first non-mess attendant African-American men in the Navy. (Navy)
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Today, African-Americans make up more than 19 percent of the Total Army. (US Army)
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