Chief Warrant Officer 3 Kevin T. Price, brigade ammunition officer, 16th Sustainment Brigade, and the guest speaker at a Black History Month observance at Contingency Operating Base Q-West, tells the audience of Soldiers and leaders that African Americans have made history, during his speech at the Morale, Welfare and Recreation base complex, Feb. 25. "Black History Month is time in the U.S. where people of color are recognized for their great contributions and their great sacrifices," Price said. "Crispus Attucks, a fugitive slave serving as an American patriot, was the first American to lose

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Chief Warrant Officer 3 Kevin T. Price, brigade ammunition officer, 16th Sustainment Brigade, and the guest speaker at a Black History Month observance at Contingency Operating Base Q-West, tells the audience of Soldiers and leaders that African Americans have made history, during his speech at the Morale, Welfare and Recreation base complex, Feb. 25. "Black History Month is time in the U.S. where people of color are recognized for their great contributions and their great sacrifices," Price said. "Crispus Attucks, a fugitive slave serving as an American patriot, was the first American to lose
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Chief Warrant Officer 3 Kevin T. Price, brigade ammunition officer, 16th Sustainment Brigade, and the guest speaker at a Black History Month observance at Contingency Operating Base Q-West, tells the audience of Soldiers and leaders that African Americans have made history, during his speech at the Morale, Welfare and Recreation base complex, Feb. 25. "Black History Month is time in the U.S. where people of color are recognized for their great contributions and their great sacrifices," Price said. "Crispus Attucks, a fugitive slave serving as an American patriot, was the first American to lose his life for independence." Black History Month Makes History 090304-A--001

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