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Club, Dude, and Fucking: Do Throwback Thursday - This is Sergeant Henry “Black Death” Johnson from the 369th Infantry aka "The Harlem Hellfighters". In 1917 during WWI, Kaiser Wilhelm II's finest fighters conducted a raid on Sergeant Johnson's French encampment. With no ammo, isolated, overrun, outnumbered, and with a wounded man to protect; Sergeant Johnson was shot more than twenty times. Let me say that again....THIS DUDE GOT SHOT MORE THAN TWENTY FUCKING TIMES!!! LukeCage Anyone else probably would have tapped the fuck out, accepted death, and said to their higher power "well lets get this shit over with." But, being from Harlem ole Henry J-Money knew he had to rep his unit AND his set. He took a bolo knife, flipped his rifle over, used that shit as a club and started to beat and stab motherfuckers to death while defending his fallen comrades. FuckingSavage Unfortunately in 1918 racism against African Americans was so common and accepted that his heroism and valor in combat were not acknowledged and he was presented with no award by the very country he fought for. On top of that he was refused his purple heart. However, the French troops praised him and welcomed him and his comrades as their own. Johnson’s heroism was recognized by the French and he became the very first American in WWI to be awarded the Croix De Guerre with star and bronze palm RealRecognizeReal In 1996 long after his death he finally received his Purple Heart and in 2002 a Distinguished Service Cross. Finally, on June 2, 2015 after years and years of petitioning he was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor by in a posthumous ceremony at the White House. Long overdue. OAF TBT OAFNation ThrowbackThursday WWI France HarlemHellfighters Valor MOH Heroism LegendsNeverDie
Club, Dude, and Fucking: Do
Throwback Thursday - This is Sergeant Henry “Black Death” Johnson from the 369th Infantry aka "The Harlem Hellfighters". In 1917 during WWI, Kaiser Wilhelm II's finest fighters conducted a raid on Sergeant Johnson's French encampment. With no ammo, isolated, overrun, outnumbered, and with a wounded man to protect; Sergeant Johnson was shot more than twenty times. Let me say that again....THIS DUDE GOT SHOT MORE THAN TWENTY FUCKING TIMES!!! LukeCage Anyone else probably would have tapped the fuck out, accepted death, and said to their higher power "well lets get this shit over with." But, being from Harlem ole Henry J-Money knew he had to rep his unit AND his set. He took a bolo knife, flipped his rifle over, used that shit as a club and started to beat and stab motherfuckers to death while defending his fallen comrades. FuckingSavage Unfortunately in 1918 racism against African Americans was so common and accepted that his heroism and valor in combat were not acknowledged and he was presented with no award by the very country he fought for. On top of that he was refused his purple heart. However, the French troops praised him and welcomed him and his comrades as their own. Johnson’s heroism was recognized by the French and he became the very first American in WWI to be awarded the Croix De Guerre with star and bronze palm RealRecognizeReal In 1996 long after his death he finally received his Purple Heart and in 2002 a Distinguished Service Cross. Finally, on June 2, 2015 after years and years of petitioning he was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor by in a posthumous ceremony at the White House. Long overdue. OAF TBT OAFNation ThrowbackThursday WWI France HarlemHellfighters Valor MOH Heroism LegendsNeverDie

Throwback Thursday - This is Sergeant Henry “Black Death” Johnson from the 369th Infantry aka "The Harlem Hellfighters". In 1917 during WWI,...

Friends, Love, and Martin: ALAN Donovan (“Bull”) Briley Daniel Busch James Manuel Cavaco William D. Cleveland ,Jr. Thomas J. Field Earl Fillmore Raymond Alex Frank Cornell Houston Gary Ivan Gordon, whose body was dragged through the streets of Mogadishu by a mob. He was awarded the Medal of Honor. J. Casey Joyce Richard Kowalewski, who was killed when an RPG went through his body. Dale Sizemore described what he saw as he identified his friend. Timothy (“Grizz”) Martin Dominick Pilla - the first soldier to die in the battle. Matthew Rierson, Delta Force Team Leader Lorenzo Ruiz Randall D. Shughart, who, like Gary Gordon, received the Medal of Honor. Jamie Smith, whose father lost a leg in Vietnam. Clifton P. Wolcott - pilot of the first downed Black Hawk, “Super 61" - Comment your love below! - ❎ DOUBLE TAP pic 🚹 TAG your friends 🆘 DM your Pics-Vids 📡 Check My IG Stories 💥Check the link in Bio 👉@veterancollection 🔥Follow us @veterancollection 🔥Follow @alloutmilitary - - - Source @alloutmilitary 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 usarmy armylife usnavyseal navylife militarylife militarylove usmilitaryacademy usmilitary usarmyveteran veterans veterana supportthetroops supportourveterans usnavy USMC USCG usmarines armedforces semperfi usairforcepride usairforce hooah Oorah armystrong infantry activeduty supportourtroops usarmedforces
Friends, Love, and Martin: ALAN
Donovan (“Bull”) Briley Daniel Busch James Manuel Cavaco William D. Cleveland ,Jr. Thomas J. Field Earl Fillmore Raymond Alex Frank Cornell Houston Gary Ivan Gordon, whose body was dragged through the streets of Mogadishu by a mob. He was awarded the Medal of Honor. J. Casey Joyce Richard Kowalewski, who was killed when an RPG went through his body. Dale Sizemore described what he saw as he identified his friend. Timothy (“Grizz”) Martin Dominick Pilla - the first soldier to die in the battle. Matthew Rierson, Delta Force Team Leader Lorenzo Ruiz Randall D. Shughart, who, like Gary Gordon, received the Medal of Honor. Jamie Smith, whose father lost a leg in Vietnam. Clifton P. Wolcott - pilot of the first downed Black Hawk, “Super 61" - Comment your love below! - ❎ DOUBLE TAP pic 🚹 TAG your friends 🆘 DM your Pics-Vids 📡 Check My IG Stories 💥Check the link in Bio 👉@veterancollection 🔥Follow us @veterancollection 🔥Follow @alloutmilitary - - - Source @alloutmilitary 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 usarmy armylife usnavyseal navylife militarylife militarylove usmilitaryacademy usmilitary usarmyveteran veterans veterana supportthetroops supportourveterans usnavy USMC USCG usmarines armedforces semperfi usairforcepride usairforce hooah Oorah armystrong infantry activeduty supportourtroops usarmedforces

Donovan (“Bull”) Briley Daniel Busch James Manuel Cavaco William D. Cleveland ,Jr. Thomas J. Field Earl Fillmore Raymond Alex Frank Cornell ...

Memes, Braves, and Tupac: Pac stood up, and it's the first thing you heard him say in like, two weeks of court. "You know, your honor, throughout this entire court case, you haven't looked me or my attorney in the eye once. It's obvious that you're not here in the search for justice, so therefore, there's no point in me asking for a lighter sentence. I don't care what you do cause you're not respecting us, this is not a court of law; as far as I'm concerned, no justice is being served here, and you still can't look me in the eye. So I say, do what you wanna do, give me whatever time you want, because I'm not in your hands, l'm in God's hands.' “Pac stood up, & it’s the first thing you heard him say in like, two weeks of court……………‘You know, your honor, throughout this entire court case, you haven’t looked me or my attorney in the eye once. It’s obvious you’re not here in the search for justice, so therefore, there’s no point in me asking for a lighter sentence. I don’t care what you do cause you’re not respecting us, this is not a court of law; as far as I’m concerned, no justice is being served here, & you still can’t look me in the eye. So I say, do what you wanna do, give me whatever time you want, because I’m not in your hands, I’m in God’s hands.’ – Tupac ❤ Whew.. You can cut the tension in the courtroom with a knife. It moved the whole side of the prosecution. I didn’t say it like Pac said it; the way Pac said it, everybody’s eyes in the courtroom watered up, nobody could speak for a minute. Whew.. Brave yo.” – ShockG theblaquelioness
Memes, Braves, and Tupac: Pac stood up, and it's the first thing you heard him say in like, two
 weeks of court. "You know, your honor, throughout this entire court
 case, you haven't looked me or my attorney in the eye once. It's
 obvious that you're not here in the search for justice, so therefore,
 there's no point in me asking for a lighter sentence. I don't care what
 you do cause you're not respecting us, this is not a court of law; as
 far as I'm concerned, no justice is being served here, and you still
 can't look me in the eye. So I say, do what you wanna do, give
 me whatever time you want, because I'm not in your hands, l'm in
 God's hands.'
“Pac stood up, & it’s the first thing you heard him say in like, two weeks of court……………‘You know, your honor, throughout this entire court case, you haven’t looked me or my attorney in the eye once. It’s obvious you’re not here in the search for justice, so therefore, there’s no point in me asking for a lighter sentence. I don’t care what you do cause you’re not respecting us, this is not a court of law; as far as I’m concerned, no justice is being served here, & you still can’t look me in the eye. So I say, do what you wanna do, give me whatever time you want, because I’m not in your hands, I’m in God’s hands.’ – Tupac ❤ Whew.. You can cut the tension in the courtroom with a knife. It moved the whole side of the prosecution. I didn’t say it like Pac said it; the way Pac said it, everybody’s eyes in the courtroom watered up, nobody could speak for a minute. Whew.. Brave yo.” – ShockG theblaquelioness

“Pac stood up, & it’s the first thing you heard him say in like, two weeks of court……………‘You know, your honor, throughout this entire court ...