Members of the 333rd Field Army Battalion were honored posthumously by the U.S. government.

Brown flew in 68 combat missions for the Tuskegee Airmen, the first African-American pilots in U.S. history, but he was also a committed to public service as an educator and university leader.

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During World War II, a black U.S. Coast Guard volunteer named Charles David, Jr. aboard the ship Comanche, braved the bitter February cold to help…


The 333rd Field Artillery Battalion was an all-black unit of World War II. Their service would begin in Normandy in 1944 with intense combat. Though…