Honoring the Bravery of the Montford Point Marines

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Approximately 20,000 African-Americans enlisted in the Marine Corps from 1942 to 1949 - a time when the U.S. was at war, and the country was resistent to integration. These brave men became known as the "Montford Point Marines".

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