Only about 120 of the nearly 20,000 African Americans who trained at the segregated Montford Point in Camp Lejeune are still alive. They will be honored with the Congressional Gold medal.
Only about 120 of the nearly 20,000 African Americans who trained at the segregated Montford Point in Camp Lejeune are still alive. They will be honored with the Congressional Gold medal. Raleigh News and Observer/MCT
Only about 120 of the nearly 20,000 African Americans who trained at the segregated Montford Point in Camp Lejeune are still alive. They will be honored with the Congressional Gold medal. Raleigh News and Observer/MCT

70 years gone, Montford Point Marines get their due

June 27, 2012 12:00 AM

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