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Black History Month provides the opportunity for us to be curious, to look around, and to learn more about the contributions made by African-Americans to our country.
By Retired Army Col. Charles D. Allen
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Fort Leonard Wood’s first female commander wants women to know what’s possible when serving in the military
Maj. Gen. Donna Martin is the first woman to lead Fort Leonard Wood since it opened in 1941. She's also one of few African-Americans to do so.
By Jesse Bogan, St. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP
Creating the Tuskegee Airmen Memorial Plaza as his Eagle Scout project three years ago, Tim Molinari wanted to ensure there was a record of what happened at Freeman Army Airfield in Seymour.
By Zach Spicer, The (Semour, Ind.) Tribune