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Maddy #VBH2020🇺🇸 Jan 21
Oh, we sure hope so, his practically frothing at the mouth over this.
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Mike Hallatt Jan 20
Posthumously congratulations. Well deserved and long overdue. ⚓👍🇺🇸
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marlo45 🇺🇸 Jan 19
What an awesome tribute to a great American hero!
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SkepticAfro StopAntiAfroRacismInArabIslamicStates Jan 20
BBC News - : US Navy aircraft carrier to honour black sailor...He was named Doris, as his mother had thought she was having a girl, but often went by the nickname "Dorie".
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JustDooDirty Feb 4
“thank you for your true service brotha✊🏽”
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Showset Productions 29 May 17
was the first Black American to be awarded the , crewman aboard the USS West Virginia (WWII).
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Lise Horton Is Thankful For Love Jan 20
WWII Navy sailor serving as a mess clerk because other jobs were off limits to black sailors, nevertheless manned a machine gun solo during the attack on Pearl Harbor. The USS DORIS MILLER becomes the first Navy ship to be named for a black sailor.
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Michael Snow 6 Dec 18
Today I remember all those needlessly lost at on December 7, 1941. I remember unsung Heroes such as and I applaud the ability to forgive enemies and become friends as and have so beautifully shown us.
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Rob Jan 19
Had no plans today. Think I’ll spend it trying to find out more about from
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Whiskey Congress Feb 7
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Lovetogive2 Jan 19
“U.S. Navy To Name Aircraft Carrier After
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Heather Lieberman (she/her) 📚 Jan 19
Well done A truly deserved honor for an American hero. ⚓️
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Baylor History 11 Feb 19
Doris Miller of after being presented with the Navy Cross for heroism on board USS West Virginia during the Pearl Harbor attack on Decemeber 7, 1941 on board USS Enterprise at Pearl Harbor in May 1942.
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Shirley Chisholm's Folding Chair 7 Dec 18
So much respect for , a hero of and a great American. He enlisted in a that wouldn't allow Black Americans in combat roles. As a mess attendant he jumped into action, firing at Japanese planes and pulling men out of the water. ❤️
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LASD Lancaster Stn. 21 Feb 17
1st Class Hero. was the 1st African American to earn Navy Cross.
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Ciro Morales Jan 20
Great to have a mighty capital ship named after a real war hero instead of a politician.
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John Jan 18
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Flo McAfee Jan 21
Instead of presidents or admirals, an African American enlisted sailor, a hero at Pearl Harbor, will be honored when the USS Doris Miller is christened
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Bella Mayfield Jan 19
This part right here! Bout time. Black History is still relevant!
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Nester Dudley Feb 6
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