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WWI Hero Sgt. Henry Johnson Receives Long Overdue Medal of Honor

WWI Hero Sgt. Henry Johnson Receives Long Overdue Medal of Honor�|�Megan Smolenyak

WWI Hero Sgt. Henry Johnson Receives Long Overdue Medal of Honor

WWI Hero Sgt. Henry Johnson Receives Long Overdue Medal of Honor�|�Megan Smolenyak

Memorial Day: Correcting the Story of World War I Medal of Honor Recipient Sgt. Henry Johnson

American Patriot. WW1 Sgt. Henry Johnson, finally receives the US Medal of Honor, posthumously. Thank you for your service, sir. Beautiful photo. http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/wwi-harlem-hellfighter-receive-medal-honor-n359831

WWI Hero Sgt. Henry Johnson Receives Long Overdue Medal of Honor

WWI Hero Sgt. Henry Johnson Receives Long Overdue Medal of Honor�|�Megan Smolenyak

WWI Hero Sgt. Henry Johnson Receives Long Overdue Medal of Honor

WWI Hero Sgt. Henry Johnson Receives Long Overdue Medal of Honor�|�Megan Smolenyak

Mad Men's 25 Best Fashion Moments

From Dior's new look to '60s mod, Janie Bryant's costumes on Mad Men kept us tuning in as much for the clothes as for Don's latest antics. In honor of the show's final season, we look back at the standout style moments.

Maj. Megan McClung // I Marine Expeditionary Force // KIA December 2006 // Ramadi, Iraq. // She was the first female United States Marine Corps officer killed in combat during the Iraq War. // She was also the first female graduate of the United States Naval Academy to be killed in action since the school was founded in 1845.

The Riley twins, Megan, special education major & Melissa, early childhood education major were co-valedictorians of their Xavier HS prep graduating class where they were active in softball and the National Honor Society; before entering Xavier University of Louisiana. (2011).

Why you're seeing more women and people of color Google Doodles

Google made a commitment in 2014 to increase the diversity in its logo designs. Through June 2 of this year, 25 of the 51 doodles featured were women, and 17 of were people of color, according to research from the activist group SPARK. That's an increase from past years. (Click the link to see a gallery with examples of diversity in Google Doodles over the years.)