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#Repost @greenberetfoundation

#Repost @greenberetfoundation ・・・ 1st SFG (A) Green Beret Saves Local Life Story by: Sgt. Joseph Parrish (1st SFG) Every day provides an opportunity to help one another. Sometimes this in small ways, and sometimes this is in large ways. Staff Sgt. Matt Grantham, 2nd Battalion, 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne), completed a small act that impacted a stranger in a large way. Grantham displayed a core Army value (selfless service) on October 29th, 2017. As he was pulling into his parking lot and saw two people crouched over a man. The woman was holding a ripped piece of t-shirt to a man’s arms. Grantham knew something didn’t look right so he stopped to help. Realizing really quickly that the patient had a laceration and a possible arterial bleed, Grantham immediately took over applying pressure and went into his assessment of the wound as he was trained to do in the Army. “I could tell the man needed help,” Grantham said. “Once I realized he was going to bleed out, my military training kicked in and I didn’t even think about what I was doing.” Grantham instructed the patient’s brother to get Grantham’s aid bag out of his truck so he could stop the bleeding. Then he applied a tourniquet and trauma dressing to the laceration. Grantham remained with the man and kept him calm until Emergency Medical Services arrived on scene. The EMS that responded were not equipped with a tourniquet, and said that the patient was lucky that Grantham saved his life. “Matt is a consummate professional, and we are very proud of him” said Command Sgt. Major Daniel Orosco, 2nd Battalion, 1st SFG (A). “His actions that day are a testament to his ‎leadership, training, and compassion for others. He embodies the professional spirit of the Green Beret.” An official for Thurston County said when they arrived on scene the patient was in stable condition due to Grantham’s actions. “It’s always good to see someone from our military that has medical training step up to help a civilian in need,” a County spokesman latter said. #specialforces #greenberet #quietprofessional #deoppressoliber #DVIDS


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#Repost @greenberetfoundation

#Repost @greenberetfoundation (@get_repost) ・・・ 1st SFG (A) Green Beret Saves Local Life Story by: Sgt. Joseph Parrish (1st SFG) Every day provides an opportunity to help one another. Sometimes this in small ways, and sometimes this is in large ways. Staff Sgt. Matt Grantham, 2nd Battalion, 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne), completed a small act that impacted a stranger in a large way. Grantham displayed a core Army value (selfless service) on October 29th, 2017. As he was pulling into his parking lot and saw two people crouched over a man. The woman was holding a ripped piece of t-shirt to a man’s arms. Grantham knew something didn’t look right so he stopped to help. Realizing really quickly that the patient had a laceration and a possible arterial bleed, Grantham immediately took over applying pressure and went into his assessment of the wound as he was trained to do in the Army. “I could tell the man needed help,” Grantham said. “Once I realized he was going to bleed out, my military training kicked in and I didn’t even think about what I was doing.” Grantham instructed the patient’s brother to get Grantham’s aid bag out of his truck so he could stop the bleeding. Then he applied a tourniquet and trauma dressing to the laceration. Grantham remained with the man and kept him calm until Emergency Medical Services arrived on scene. The EMS that responded were not equipped with a tourniquet, and said that the patient was lucky that Grantham saved his life. “Matt is a consummate professional, and we are very proud of him” said Command Sgt. Major Daniel Orosco, 2nd Battalion, 1st SFG (A). “His actions that day are a testament to his ‎leadership, training, and compassion for others. He embodies the professional spirit of the Green Beret.” An official for Thurston County said when they arrived on scene the patient was in stable condition due to Grantham’s actions. “It’s always good to see someone from our military that has medical training step up to help a civilian in need,” a County spokesman latter said. #specialforces #greenberet #quietprofessional #deoppressoliber #DVIDS


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Proud of you! - 1st SFG (A) Gr

Proud of you! - 1st SFG (A) Green Beret Saves Local Life Story by: Sgt. Joseph Parrish (1st SFG) Every day provides an opportunity to help one another. Sometimes this in small ways, and sometimes this is in large ways. Staff Sgt. Matt Grantham, 2nd Battalion, 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne), completed a small act that impacted a stranger in a large way. Grantham displayed a core Army value (selfless service) on October 29th, 2017. As he was pulling into his parking lot and saw two people crouched over a man. The woman was holding a ripped piece of t-shirt to a man’s arms. Grantham knew something didn’t look right so he stopped to help. Realizing really quickly that the patient had a laceration and a possible arterial bleed, Grantham immediately took over applying pressure and went into his assessment of the wound as he was trained to do in the Army. “I could tell the man needed help,” Grantham said. “Once I realized he was going to bleed out, my military training kicked in and I didn’t even think about what I was doing.” Grantham instructed the patient’s brother to get Grantham’s aid bag out of his truck so he could stop the bleeding. Then he applied a tourniquet and trauma dressing to the laceration. Grantham remained with the man and kept him calm until Emergency Medical Services arrived on scene. The EMS that responded were not equipped with a tourniquet, and said that the patient was lucky that Grantham saved his life. “Matt is a consummate professional, and we are very proud of him” said Command Sgt. Major Daniel Orosco, 2nd Battalion, 1st SFG (A). “His actions that day are a testament to his ‎leadership, training, and compassion for others. He embodies the professional spirit of the Green Beret.” An official for Thurston County said when they arrived on scene the patient was in stable condition due to Grantham’s actions. “It’s always good to see someone from our military that has medical training step up to help a civilian in need,” a County spokesman latter said. #specialforces #greenberet #quietprofessional #deoppressoliber #DVIDS


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1st SFG (A) Green Beret Saves

1st SFG (A) Green Beret Saves Local Life Story by: Sgt. Joseph Parrish (1st SFG) Every day provides an opportunity to help one another. Sometimes this in small ways, and sometimes this is in large ways. Staff Sgt. Matt Grantham, 2nd Battalion, 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne), completed a small act that impacted a stranger in a large way. Grantham displayed a core Army value (selfless service) on October 29th, 2017. As he was pulling into his parking lot and saw two people crouched over a man. The woman was holding a ripped piece of t-shirt to a man’s arms. Grantham knew something didn’t look right so he stopped to help. Realizing really quickly that the patient had a laceration and a possible arterial bleed, Grantham immediately took over applying pressure and went into his assessment of the wound as he was trained to do in the Army. “I could tell the man needed help,” Grantham said. “Once I realized he was going to bleed out, my military training kicked in and I didn’t even think about what I was doing.” Grantham instructed the patient’s brother to get Grantham’s aid bag out of his truck so he could stop the bleeding. Then he applied a tourniquet and trauma dressing to the laceration. Grantham remained with the man and kept him calm until Emergency Medical Services arrived on scene. The EMS that responded were not equipped with a tourniquet, and said that the patient was lucky that Grantham saved his life. “Matt is a consummate professional, and we are very proud of him” said Command Sgt. Major Daniel Orosco, 2nd Battalion, 1st SFG (A). “His actions that day are a testament to his ‎leadership, training, and compassion for others. He embodies the professional spirit of the Green Beret.” An official for Thurston County said when they arrived on scene the patient was in stable condition due to Grantham’s actions. “It’s always good to see someone from our military that has medical training step up to help a civilian in need,” a County spokesman latter said. #specialforces #greenberet #quietprofessional #deoppressoliber #DVIDS


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That moment when General Eduar

That moment when General Eduardo Manahan Ano, Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, squeezes your prosthetic blown up head and smiles. Well, right before he smiles. #kbzfx #sfx #sfxmakeup #sfxmua #afp #philippines #armedforcesofthephilippines #usmc #corpsman #moulagewithamission #stopthebleed #moulage photo cred Cpl. Robert Sweet #photocred #robertsweet #cplrobertsweet #dvids #dvidshub #pacificfleet #pacificcommand #2ndbattalion3rdmarines


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U.S. Army Sgt. Jose Quinones,

U.S. Army Sgt. Jose Quinones, 1st Battalion, 23rd Infantry Battalion, encourages a Philippine Soldier during counterterrorism training in support of Balikatan 2017 at Fort Magsaysay in Santa Rosa, Nueva Ecija, May 9, 2017. By training together U.S. and Philippine service members build upon shared tactics, techniques and procedures that enhance readiness and response capabilities to counterterrorism operations. #DVIDS


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This summer, 20th Special Forc

This summer, 20th Special Forces Group (Airborne) worked with SOF from Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Croatia, and Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia on a Hungarian-led Special Operations exercise across Eastern Europe. Learn more via #DVIDS: http://ow.ly/fOsx30dYfGt


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Those #patriotic pants......

Those #patriotic pants...... 🤣 that's how you know this photo was taken on the #fourthofjuly 🇺🇸 #USSRonaldReagan Photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Kenneth Abbate. Image from DVIDS, public domain. The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute #DoD endorsement. #military #NavyLife #Navy #USNavy #usmilitary #supportthetroops #supportourtroops #onaboat #f18hornet #cvn76 #vfa102 #DVIDS #funny #senseofhumor #militaryhumor #militarylife


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Cool photo! 🇺🇸 U.S. Cong

Cool photo! 🇺🇸 U.S. Congressman Bob Gibbs practices flying in a C-130 Multi-Mission Crew Trainer flight simulator July 10, 2017, during his visit to the 179th Airlift Wing, Mansfield, Ohio. The simulator is a financially efficient method of training for pilots and air crew members. (Air National Guard photo by Airman 1st Class Megan Shepherd/Released) #airnationalguard #airforce #usaf #airforcelife #c130 #flightsim #flightsimulator #avgeek #aviation #aviationgeek #pilotlife #pilotview #179thairliftwing #supportthetroops #usmilitary #flightsimulation #flying #cockpit Image from #DVIDS #DoD #c130hercules


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Source @dvidshub

Source @dvidshub "A local villager clears brush during the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency's (DPAA) recovery operations in Khammounan Province, People’s Democratic Republic of Laos, March 15, 2017. DPAA team members deployed to the area in hopes of recovering the remains of a pilot unaccounted for from the Vietnam Conflict. The mission of DPAA is to provide the fullest possible accounting for our missing personnel to their families and the nation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Julian Temblador"


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Source @dvidshub

Source @dvidshub "U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Kristopher Ulbrich, Team Leader with the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA), creates a divot for a wooden frame during DPAA's recovery operations in Khammouan Province, People’s Democratic Republic of Laos, March 15, 2017. DPAA team members deployed to the area in hopes of recovering the remains of two pilots unaccounted for from the Vietnam Conflict. The mission of DPAA is to provide the fullest possible accounting for our missing personnel to their families and the nation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Julian Temblador) "


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Source @dvidshub 🐠🐠🐠

Source @dvidshub 🐠🐠🐠🐠 A local villager repairs a fishing net during a Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) excavation and recovery mission in Khammouon Province, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, March 24, 2017. DPAA team members deployed to the area in hopes of recovering the remains of a pilot unaccounted-for from the Vietnam Conflict. The mission of DPAA is to provide the fullest possible accounting for our missing personnel to their families and the nation. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Richard DeWitt) #militarymuscle #dvids #militarylife #dpaa #laostrip #laostagram


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Home for a few days... but #la

Home for a few days... but #laos was good to me. Passing out @supportmilitarymuscle gear like candy this go around discount code Alyx20 🇺🇸 ✈️ 🇱🇦 🇺🇸 #ulbrichfit #untiltheyallcomehome #dpaa #dvids #deployment #militarylife #militarymuscle #militaryfitness #deploymentstrong #laostagram #laos🇱🇦 #laosfood #firepowerfit #firepowerfam


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They have me on #DVIDS #reysli

They have me on #DVIDS #reyslife


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Currently, 1,618 Americans are

Currently, 1,618 Americans are "unaccounted for" in Southeast Asia: Vietnam - 1,261 (DPAA is no longer listing as "North Vietnam" or "South Vietnam -- only as "Vietnam.") Laos - 301 Cambodia - 49 China (territorial waters) - 7 Figures include 468 at sea or overwater losses 🇺🇸 🇺🇸 #pow #mia #dpaa @dodpaa #untiltheyallcomehome #militarymuscle #military #usmc #supportmilitarymuscle #dvids #dpaa #southvietnam #northvietnam #vietnam #backinnam #militarylife #asia #laos #laos🇱🇦 #cambodia🇰🇭 #cambodia #deployment #china🇨🇳 #china #vietnamwar #vietnam🇻🇳


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"U.S. Marine Corps Capt Kristopher Ulbrich, a Team Leader deployed with the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency, screens for possible material evidence as part of a DPAA recovery mission in Alsace-Lorraine, France, April 15. Ulbrich and 12 DPAA teammates deployed to the area in hopes of recovering the remains of missing service members from past conflicts. The mission of the DPAA is to provide the fullest possible accounting for our missing personnel to their families and the nation. (DOD photo by Spc. Crystal Madriz/RELEASED)" @dvidshub


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Thanks Obama. It's my personal

Thanks Obama. It's my personal policy to not get political over social media. I will say getting to set up and run a live feed for #president #Obama when he visited #camppendleton was a cool experience. #3islive #1stmardiv #marines #dvids #goodbye #politics


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A U.S. Marine from the 3rd Rec

A U.S. Marine from the 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion, 3rd Marine Division, III Marine Expeditionary Force recovers a #parachute after landing at #Yokota Air Base, #Japan on Jan. 11, 2017, during Jump Week. The training not only allowed the #Marines to practice jumping, but it also allowed the Yokota #aircrews to practice flight tactics and timed-package drops. (U.S. Air Force photo by Yasuo Osakabe/Released) Image from #DVIDS public domain. The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute #DoD endorsement. #militaryappreciation #military #armedforces #thanksforyourservice #proudtobeanamerican #usmc #yokotaairbase #japan #usmarines #paratrooper #parachute #photography #nightphotography #sot #supportourtroops #supportthetroops #c130hercules


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Dr. Luna Mishoe, 8th President

Dr. Luna Mishoe, 8th President of #DelStateUniv, recently honored as Documented Original #TuskegeeAirmen (DOTA). This #WWII #Veteran was the Intelligence Officer in the 477th Bombardment Group. As the college president, Delaware State University became the only #HBCU to acquire a fleet of aircraft for students to receive their flight certification. Sixty-eight (68) members of Mishoe's family attended a luncheon to celebrate his accomplishments on December 3, 2016 at the University. Mishoe died at age 72 on January 16, 1989. #USAirForce #DVIDS


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#TuskegeeAirmen remember Pione

#TuskegeeAirmen remember Pioneering Astronaut and former U.S. Senator John Herschel Glenn who died on Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 95. In February 1962, #TuskegeeAirman Dr. Vance H. Marchbanks, Jr., the first Black flight surgeon in the #Army and in the #USAirForce, served on Glenn's mission control team and monitored Glenn during his flight around Earth. Marchbanks died in 1988. Like the Tuskegee Airmen and other #HiddenFigures, John Glenn remains an American hero and his legacy is eternal. Rest now and forevermore. Godspeed John Glenn. #DVIDS (Photo courtesy of NASA)


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Mural honors Elmira, NY Native

Mural honors Elmira, NY Native Lt Colonel Clarence Dart, Sr. of #WWII #TuskegeeAirmen #Veteran. In aerial combat, Dart was shot down twice and earned two Purple Hearts. He died at 91 on February 4, 2012. This unforgotten #USAirForce hero now has a special place of remembrance in his hometown. The mural's unveiling was a group effort between Community Arts of Elmira, The Greater Southern Tier Board of Cooperative Educational Services (GST BOCES), and City of Elmira Second District Councilman Brent Stermer. #DVIDS (Photo by Tina Yazdani)


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Arizona National Guard Medevac

Arizona National Guard Medevac Photo from #DVIDS


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#WWII #Veteran #TuskegeeAirmen

#WWII #Veteran #TuskegeeAirmen #USAirForce family's legacy preserved. #TomsRiver High School South entrance road renamed Gaiter Way on November 26, 2016 to honor the legacy of an immigrant African-American family that attended school there. Between the 1920s and 1940s the family graduated 10 children, all of which went on to successful careers, mostly as educators. One of the siblings was a Tuskegee Airman. Roger B. Gaiter, who graduated from Toms River High School in 1939 and earned a BS from Glassboro, became a pilot with the 332nd Fighter Group of the famous Tuskegee Airmen (pictured with Flight Training Class 44-B on February 8, 1944); flying 55 missions over Europe before being shot down over Hungary in November 19, 1944. He evaded German patrols for days before being captured on November 22nd and sent to Stalag VIIA Prisoner of War camp. After military service, Roger became an educator in Newark and Clifton, New Jersey. His career in education spanned over 30 years, ending with his retirement in 1981 as Principal of Stillman School in Plainfield, New Jersey. At 84, Roger died on November 5, 2006 and eternally rests in the Lonely Eagles Chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen. His family's legacy lives on. View @TAINational Facebook post on November 27, 2016 to read the Asbury Park Press article, "African-American Family's Legacy Preserved at Toms River South." #DVIDS (Top Photo By U.S. Air Force Historical Research Agency and Bottom Photo by Doug Hood of Asbury Park Press)


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Florida Portrait - #WWII #Vete

Florida Portrait - #WWII #Veteran Cornelius Davis, 92, of the famed #TuskegeeAirmen and #Blountstown, Florida Native tells about his #USAirForce wartime experience. #DVIDS See @TAINational Facebook post on 11/26/2016 to hear Davis' own words in five minutes on the Florida Channel video.


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#TuskegeeAirmen congrats new #

#TuskegeeAirmen congrats new #CMSAF Kaleth Wright. @SecAF23 @GenDaveGoldfein made the announcement on November 16, 2016. Wright will assume the 18th CMSAF post in February 2017. He currently serves as the Command Chief of the #USAirForce in Europe and U.S. Air Force Africa. #DVIDS


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#WWII #Veteran Alexander Jeffe

#WWII #Veteran Alexander Jefferson of #TuskegeeAirmen celebrates 95th #birthday with students @oaklandu #ThisIsOU #USAirForce. Jefferson was born on November 15, 1921. Refer to @TAINational Facebook post to read the Oakland Post online article published on November 19, 2016. #DVIDS (File photo U.S. Embassy London)


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@KleinHigh @KleinISD, Larry E.

@KleinHigh @KleinISD, Larry E. Brown Jr., 89, an original member of the #TuskegeeAirmen, was a #WWII #USAirForce #history lesson walking through the door on Wednesday, November 16, 2016. #DVIDS (Photo courtesy of KPRC TV2 Houston)


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#TuskegeeAirmen #TuskegeeAirma

#TuskegeeAirmen #TuskegeeAirman #USAirForce #WWII #NMAAHC #APeoplesJourney #Veterans mark your calendar to attend our next Convention. #DVIDS Please share this announcement with others.


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The #TuskegeeAirmen were colle

The #TuskegeeAirmen were collectively (not individually) awarded the Congressional Gold Medal (CGM). @Smithsonian (@NMAAHC) will house and display the single gold medal collectively awarded to the Tuskegee Airmen as public law mandates. A bronze (replica) of the gold medal may be duplicated. An estimated 16,000 to 19,000 pilots, navigators, bombardiers, maintenance and support staff, instructors and other personnel were participants [both living and deceased] of the "Tuskegee Experience," and are known as Tuskegee Airmen. A bronze (replica) of the CGM may be presented to individuals who were participants in the 'Tuskegee Experience' between March 19, 1941 and November 5, 1949. None of the Tuskegee Airmen are individual recipients of the CGM. It is a collective award to the Tuskegee Airmen. #WWII #USAirForce #Veteran #AFMuseum #AFPAA #AssociatedPress #Reuters #DVIDS


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Hubert Thorpe was one of five

Hubert Thorpe was one of five #WWII #TuskegeeAirmen who accepted the Congressional Gold Medal replica on #VeteransDay from @RepChrisCollins (R-NY). He also accepted the replica medal for his brother, Richard Thorpe, who died in a crash over Italy in 1945. Tuskegee Airman Wallace Higgins [not shown in the photo] who turned 91 years old on Veterans Day was also presented the replica medal. Relatives of Tuskegee Airmen Leland Pennington and Robert Johnson accepted replica medals on their behalf. The presentation occurred at National Warplane Museum in Genesis, NY. #DVIDS (Photo from Carlos Ortiz's video)


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Rep. Chris Collins (R-NY) awar

Rep. Chris Collins (R-NY) awards Congressional Gold Medal replica to five Tuskegee Airmen on Veterans Day at National Warplane Museum in Genesis, NY. Tuskegee Airman Wallace Higgins [standing next to Rep. Collins] who turned 91 years old on Veterans Day was presented the replica medal. Tuskegee Airman Herbert Thorpe (not shown in the photo) was also presented the replica medal. Thorpe also accepted the replica medal for his brother, Richard Thorpe, who died in a crash over Italy in 1945. Relatives of Tuskegee Airmen Leland Pennington and Robert Johnson accepted replica medals on their behalf. #DVIDS (File photo of Rep. Collins' Twitter Account)


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Frank Weaver, 89, one of two #

Frank Weaver, 89, one of two #TuskegeeAirmen living in @LouisvilleKYgov, reacts to the crowd's cheers as he rides in the Veterans Day parade along Main Street on Friday in downtown Louisville. Weaver served as a mechanic for the historic Tuskegee Airmen from 1945 to 1946. The Tuskegee Airmen were the United States' first all African-American airmen and composed of pilots, mechanics and support staff of the squadron. #DVIDS (Narrative and Photo Courtesy of Matt Stone, The Courier-Journal)


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#WWII #Veterans Cornelius Davi

#WWII #Veterans Cornelius Davis, left, a #TuskegeeAirmen ground crew originally from Calhoun County, Florida meets WWII pilot, Albert Lane, Greenville resident and wartime pilot whose life was saved by a squad of Tuskegee Airmen pilots. Davis spent most of his military time arming the aircraft used to train the pilots like those who saved Lane. #DVIDS (Narrative and photo courtesy of Jennifer "Jenn" Holton of WECP/WJHG News)


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#TuskegeeAirman Leroy Smith, 8

#TuskegeeAirman Leroy Smith, 89, granted his wish to receive a new, fully decorated military uniform. A #WWII #TuskegeeAirmen #Veterans Day moment. #DVIDS


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Retired Col. Charles E. McGee

Retired Col. Charles E. McGee of famed #TuskegeeAirmen speaks with #USAirForce members during a visit to #HanscomAFB, Mass., Oct. 27, 2016. Senior Airman Alfredo Maldonado, right, and Airman 1st Class Quinton Coke, both personnelist with the 66th Force Support Squadron, and other Airmen from Hanscom, met with McGee. #DVIDS (U.S. Air Force photo/Mark Herlihy)


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@Byron_Barnett of #7News moder

@Byron_Barnett of #7News moderates one of #TuskegeeAirmen 75th Anniversary events at #UMassBoston with Col (Ret) Charles McGee, Age 96; Lt Col (Ret) George Hardy, Age 90; Lt Col (Ret) Enoch WoodHouse, Age 90, and Dr. Harold May, Age 89 participating last night. #DVIDS (Photo by Bryon Barnett)


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Frank Weaver and Ron Spriggs o

Frank Weaver and Ron Spriggs of TAI BGen Noel Francis Parrish Chapter appeared on the #GDLI segment of #WHAS11 to promote the Chapter's upcoming gala celebrating the #TuskegeeAirmen 75th Anniversary. The event takes place on Saturday, October 22, 2016 at the Galt House Hotel (140 N Fourth Street, Louisville, KY). Weaver is a Documented Original #TuskegeeAirman who served as an aircraft maintenance man. See Weaver and Spriggs interview at http://www.whas11.com/mb/entertainment/television/great-day-live/tuskegee-airmen/339191287 . #USAirForce #Veterans #KYgov #KentuckyTourism #DVIDS


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Pennington Biomedical Works to

Pennington Biomedical Works to Improve Soldier Endurance and Resilience bit.ly/2coFWkW #brproud #dvids #Pennington #batonrouge #penningtonbiomedical #militarydiet #military #soldierfuel


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Hey everyone be sure to check

Hey everyone be sure to check out the latest episode of the MAINEiac Radio Show! Click the link below to listen through #itunes #maineiacs #101starw #airnationalguard #podcast #replayradio #dvids https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/maineiac-radio-show-episode/id1121614472?i=1000374283707&mt=2


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Looking for that peak signal!

Looking for that peak signal! #DVIDS #ArmyReserve #362ndMPAD #PublicAffairs #drill


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USS Stethem (DDG 63) conducts

USS Stethem (DDG 63) conducts exercise with Chinese navy Commander Task Force 70 / Carrier Strike Group 5 EAST CHINA SEA (Nov. 20, 2015) Cmdr. Harry L. Marsh, commanding officer of the forward-deployed Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Stethem (DDG 63) waves farewell to the People’s Liberation Army Navy Jiangkai II class guided-missile frigate Xuzhou (FFG 530) after participating in a Code for Unplanned Encounters at Sea (CUES) and a search-and-rescue (SAR) exercise. Stethem visited Shanghai to build relationships with the PLA Navy and demonstrate the U.S. Navy’s commitment to the Indo-Asia-Pacific. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kevin V. Cunningham/Released) #MiitaryPhotooftheDay #MPOTD #military #USMilitary #DefenseTV #DVIDS #USSStethem #DDG63 #Chinesenavy #CommanderTaskForce70 #CarrierStrikeGroup5 #ChinaSea #Navy #USNavy


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ECC underwater photo training

ECC underwater photo training Expeditionary Combat Team GUANTANAMO BAY, Cuba (Nov. 17, 2015) Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Tyler Thompson, assigned to Expeditionary Combat Camera, swims off the coast of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Nov. 17, 2015. Expeditionary Combat Cameras’ Underwater Photo Team conducts annual training to hone its divers specialized skill set and ensure valuable support of Department of Defense activates worldwide. (U.S. Navy photo illustration by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Sean Furey) #MilitaryPhotooftheDay #MPOTD #Military #USMilitary #DefenseTV #DVIDS #ECC #ExpeditionaryCombatTeam #GuantanamoBay #GITMO #Cuba #UnderwaterPhotoTeam #DepartmentofDefense #DOD #Navy #USNavy #scuba


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26th MEU conducts flight opera

26th MEU conducts flight operations aboard USS Kearsarge An AH-1W Cobra with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 162 (Reinforced), 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), flies alongside the amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge (LHD 3) Nov. 16, 2015. The 26th MEU is embarked on the Kearsarge Amphibious Ready Group and is deployed to maintain regional security in the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Joshua W. Brown/Released) #MilitaryPhotooftheDay #MPOTD #Military #USMilitary #DefenseTV #DVIDS #26thMEU #USSKearsarge #26thMarineExpeditionaryUnit #MEU #Marines #USMarines #USMC #AmphibiousReadyGroup #US5thFleet #AH1WCobra #MarineMediumTilrotorSquadron #AirCombatElement #ACE #NavyAirCraft #flightdeck #Navy #USNavy #sailors #MC22BOspreys


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Sorry we can't be there to sup

Sorry we can't be there to support you Josh, but we are there in spirit! Can't wait to see you on the TV screen! We are so proud of you Joshua Tuttle! #navygraduation #navy #bootcamp #hoorah #greatlakes #illinois #dvids #livebroadcasting


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USS Kearsarge operations
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USS Kearsarge operations RED SEA (Nov. 10, 2015) A landing craft air cushion (LCAC) approaches the amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge (LHD 3). Kearsarge is the flagship for the Kearsarge Amphibious Ready Group (ARG) and, with the embarked 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), is deployed in support of maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the U.S. 5th Fleet area of operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Apprentice Ryre Arciaga/Released) #MilitaryPhotooftheDay #MPOTD #Military #USMilitary #DefenseTV #DVIDS #USSKearsarge #landingcraftaircushion #LCAC #Kearsarge #AmphibiousReadyGroup #ARG #26thMEU #Marines #USMarines #USMC #26thMarines #MEU #US5thFleet #Navy #USNavy


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Airmen place flags, honor Vete

Airmen place flags, honor Veterans Day 75th Air Base Wing Public Affairs Airmen from Hill Air Force Base place flags beside gravestones at the Utah Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Bluffdale, Utah, Nov. 10, 2015. More than 5,000 flags were placed during the detail in honor of veterans and their families. The annual event was organized by the Air Force Sergeants Association Chapter 1163. (U.S. Air Force photo by R. Nial Bradshaw) #MilitaryPhotooftheDay #MPOTD #military #USMilitary #DefenseTV #DVIDS #VeteransDay #Airmen #USAF #USAirmen #honor #75thAirBaseWing #75thABW #HillAFB #HillAirForceBase #Americanflag #VeteransMemorial #UtahVeteransMemorial #Utah #Bluffdale #AirForceSergeantsAssociation #TeamHill


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Urlas Civilian Firefighter II

Urlas Civilian Firefighter II training Training Support Activity Europe Civilian firefighters from U.S. Army Europe took part in their annual Firefighter II training at the Urlas Firefighting Training Center here Nov. 3. Some of the tasked they performed included hazardous materials response, fire ground operations, rescue operations and maintenance. (U.S. Army photo by Georgios Moumoulidis/Released) #MilitaryPhotooftheDay #MPOTD #Military #USMilitary #DefenseTV #DVIDS #USArmyEurope #Firefighter #Army #USArmy


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#TridentJuncture15
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#TridentJuncture15 #NATO A #USMarine from the 4th LAR #DeltaCompany adjusts his gear before departing for a reconnaissance patrol, Oct. 28, 2015. #ExerciseTridentJuncture2015 will be held through October and November, predominantly in, over and on the seas around Portugal, Spain and Italy. It is one of a series of long-planned exercises to ensure that #NATOAllies are ready to deal with any emerging crisis, from any direction, and that they are able to work effectively with partners in tackling any crisis. Over 36,000 personnel from 30 nations will take part – that includes NATO Allies as well as seven partner nations (Australia, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Finland, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Sweden and Ukraine). #MilitaryPhotooftheDay #Military #USMilitary #MPOTD #DefenseTV #DVIDS #TridentJuncture #TRJE15


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