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May 06, 2016

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May 06, 2016

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February 26, 2016
Mr. Carl M. Brashear, on behalf of every sailor pass and present, THANK YOU. you sir has opened up closed hearts and minds and for this the world has become a better place. I regret that I did not get to meet you in person, but your power and will to succeed shall be with me so long as I live, you lived and died like a navy man, with HONOR, God called you home, now HEAVEN is blessed, GOD BLESS you and your entire family. George S. Watts, Columbia, S.C.
February 18, 2016
Thank you for standing up going against the current to bring about change to a world where it is needed and making for other to follow! Thank your for your contribution to this society in which we live , my condolences to your family, Ronald Lee Grimes usaf
February 18, 2016

You without knowing was not an African American nor a Black man. You was then and will go down in History for ages as an man... an American.
January 19, 2016
I read your story. Sir you were an incredible man. I saw today was your birthday and I wanted to wish you a Happy Birthday and thank you for your service. The world today needs men like you.
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