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Oxygen Breathing Apparatus (OBA) from what appears to be the 1870s.

Oxygen Breathing Apparatus (OBA) from what appears to be the 1870s.

Being a soldier . . .GOD SEES YOU, SOLDIER, AND HE IS WATCHING OVER YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!!! THANK YOU FOR FIGHTING FOR OUR COUNTRY, I AM VERY GRATEFUL YOU CAN!!! GO WITH GOD, HES RIGHT BESIDE YOU, AND YOU BROTHERS!!!!:

Being a soldier . . .GOD SEES YOU, SOLDIER, AND HE IS WATCHING OVER YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!!! THANK YOU FOR FIGHTING FOR OUR COUNTRY, I AM VERY GRATEFUL YOU CAN!!! GO WITH GOD, HES RIGHT BESIDE YOU, AND YOU BROTHERS!!!!:

Young Jamaican origin, ranking Lieutenant U.S. Coast Guard, Jeanine is the first black American who has distinguished herself by becoming a pilot in the prestigious civil security unit of  United States Coast Guard . which made ​​her the first African-American civil pilot in the history of the U.S. Coast Guard. She joined the Coast Guard in 2003 after its accreditation  Coast Guard Officer Candidate School .

Young Jamaican origin, ranking Lieutenant U.S. Coast Guard, Jeanine is the first black American who has distinguished herself by becoming a pilot in the prestigious civil security unit of United States Coast Guard . which made ​​her the first African-American civil pilot in the history of the U.S. Coast Guard. She joined the Coast Guard in 2003 after its accreditation Coast Guard Officer Candidate School .

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Courageous Coast Guardsmen | Poster

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Credit: Lieutenant John F. Kennedy (1917-63) during World War Two (b/w photo), American Photographer, (20th century) / Private Collection / Peter Newark American Pictures / The Bridgeman Art Library

Credit: Lieutenant John F. Kennedy (1917-63) during World War Two (b/w photo), American Photographer, (20th century) / Private Collection / Peter Newark American Pictures / The Bridgeman Art Library

Carl Maxie Brashear, the first African American to become a United States Navy master diver, died 7/25/06. Born 01/19,1931 in Tonieville, Ky. He enlisted in the Navy in 1948, graduated from the Navy Diving & Salvage School in 1954, the first African American navy diver. In 1966, while involved in the recovery of an air force bomb, Brashear was involved in an accident that resulted in the amputation of the lower portion of one of his legs. “Men of Honor,” is a movie inspired by Brashear’s…

Carl Maxie Brashear, the first African American to become a United States Navy master diver, died 7/25/06. Born 01/19,1931 in Tonieville, Ky. He enlisted in the Navy in 1948, graduated from the Navy Diving & Salvage School in 1954, the first African American navy diver. In 1966, while involved in the recovery of an air force bomb, Brashear was involved in an accident that resulted in the amputation of the lower portion of one of his legs. “Men of Honor,” is a movie inspired by Brashear’s…

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