African-American veterans of World War II endured hardships not only on the battlefield, but also while facing severe racial inequalities of their tim...
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Seventy years ago the first African-American Marines endured grueling training at Montford Point Camp, breaking ground -- and breaking racial barriers -- to transform the face of the Corps. Because of those brave men, I am able to serve today.
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