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    A time of honor: Legacy begun by U.S. Navy legend continues with Army Reserve pilot and beyond [Image 17 of 22]

    A time of honor: Legacy begun by U.S. Navy legend continues with Army Reserve pilot and beyond

    FORT PICKETT, VA, UNITED STATES

    01.25.2020

    Photo by Master Sgt. Michel Sauret  

    U.S. Army Reserve Command

    Chief Warrant Officer 4 Phillip Brashear (center), a U.S. Army Reserve command chief warrant officer for the 80th Training Command, jokes around with Chief Warrant Officer 5 Hal Griffin, the U.S. Army Reserve command chief warrant officer, before taking part in a foot march with warrant officer candidates attending the Regional Training Institute at Fort Pickett, Virginia, Jan. 25, 2020. Brashear is a helicopter pilot with combat experience and the son of Carl Brashear, the first African-American master diver in U.S. Navy’s history who lost his leg during a tragic accident on a diver mission off the coast of Spain in 1966. Carl Brashear’s life story about overcoming physical and racial adversity was featured in the Hollywood film “Men of Honor” starring Cuba Gooding Jr. and Robert De Niro. Phillip Brashear has more than 38 years of military service between the U.S. Navy Reserve, the U.S. Army National Guard and the U.S. Army Reserve. He spent the majority of his Army career as a helicopter pilot with deployments to Bosnia and Iraq. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Master Sgt. Michel Sauret)

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    IMAGE INFO

    Date Taken: 01.25.2020
    Date Posted: 01.29.2020 15:48
    Photo ID: 6054952
    VIRIN: 200125-A-TI382-0182
    Resolution: 6016x4016
    Size: 7.08 MB
    Location: FORT PICKETT, VA, US 

    Web Views: 61
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