US Military Combat Camera History & Stories Museum

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Combat Camera People

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Department of Veteran Affairs

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Black History Month
The Center for Minority Veterans presents:

 

African Americans in the Military-
A Legacy of Exceptional Service

 

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Contact Information:

 

Department of Veterans Affairs Center for Minority Veterans (00M)
810 Vermont Avenue, NW
Phone: 202-461-6191
Fax: 202-273-7092

 

 


 


 

 

 




 

 

 

 

 

 

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MCCSHM non profit 501 (c) (19)

 MCCHSM Headquarters 816 Spring Garden Street, Suite C, Greensboro, North Carolina 27403.   The museum complex will be built in Baltimore, Maryland so it can be close to Ft. Meade where the combat camera and public relations schools is located.

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Hear CMSgt Doug Morrell, USAF retired tell his story about being the first combat cameraman during WWII, Korean War and Vietnam.

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