By Phil Stewart, Reuters: CENTCOM commander Gen. Votel recommends arming, aiding Syrian fighters after pullout
By Crystal Paul: Buffalo Soldier, 98, Doesn’t Want Black Regiments’ History to ‘Fade Out’
When Clyde Robinson was drafted into the U.S. Army’s 9th Cavalry Regiment in 1942, he had never heard of the buffalo soldiers. He did not know that he would become part of the storied, complicated legacy of the all-black regiments of the U.S. military.
Robinson served in the Philippines in World War II. Now 98 and living in Skyway, he proudly proclaims that he is the “last remaining buffalo soldier in Seattle and Tacoma.”
By Mike Scott, Nola Media Group: That time Navy submarines steamed up the Mississippi River for Mardi Gras