Lt. Col. Barry Dickerson, the 1st Cavalry Division's Equal Opportunity Program manager, tells Soldiers gathered in the division's headquarters on Fort Hood, Texas, how Black History Month was created during an observance Feb.21. Retired Command Sgt. Maj. A.C. Cotton, the guest speaker and the only African American to serve as the First Team's command sergeant major thus far, also talked about his career to the Soldiers in the audience asking them to embrace their jobs as leaders.  Photo Credit:
Feb 22, 2008

Lt. Col. Barry Dickerson, the 1st Cavalry Division's Equal Opportunity Program manager, tells Soldiers gathered in the division's headquarters on Fort Hood, Texas, how Black History Month was created during an observance Feb.21. Retired Command Sgt. Maj. A.C. Cotton, the guest speaker and the only African American to serve as the First Team's command sergeant major thus far, also talked about his career to the Soldiers in the audience asking them to embrace their jobs as leaders. Photo Credit: Feb 22, 2008