Vivek Kumar Duggal

Vivek Kumar Duggal

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Muhammad Ali and Ken Norton exchange blows during their 1973 fight in San Diego, the first of their three bouts against one another. Ali would wind up losing a 12-round decision after Norton broke his jaw early in the fight. #boxing #sport

Muhammad Ali and Ken Norton exchange blows during their 1973 fight in San Diego, the first of their three bouts against one another. Ali would wind up losing a 12-round decision after Norton broke his jaw early in the fight. #boxing #sport

Korea. 1938. The country is under Japanese Imperial control, and you're forced into the Japanese army and forced to to fight the Russian Red Army in Manchuria. You're captured by the Red Army. Then the Wehrmacht invade Russia. Yo're forced to fight the Germans. Then you're captured by the Germans - and forced to work on the Atlantic Wall. Until the Allies land in 1944 and capture you - and you are sent to a POW camp in Britain, before settling in the US. This happened to Yang Kyoungjong.

Korea. 1938. The country is under Japanese Imperial control, and you're forced into the Japanese army and forced to to fight the Russian Red Army in Manchuria. You're captured by the Red Army. Then the Wehrmacht invade Russia. Yo're forced to fight the Germans. Then you're captured by the Germans - and forced to work on the Atlantic Wall. Until the Allies land in 1944 and capture you - and you are sent to a POW camp in Britain, before settling in the US. This happened to Yang Kyoungjong.

On January 11, 1944, Major James Howard, alone,  flew his P-51 into thirty six German fighters that were attacking a formation of American B-17 bombers. For more than a hour, Howard defended the heavy bombers against the swarm of fighters, repeatedly attacking the enemy airplanes and shooting down as many as six. The leader of the bombers reported that, "For sheer determination and guts, it was the greatest exhibition I've ever seen.” Howard received the Medal of Honor for his action that…

On January 11, 1944, Major James Howard, alone, flew his P-51 into thirty six German fighters that were attacking a formation of American B-17 bombers. For more than a hour, Howard defended the heavy bombers against the swarm of fighters, repeatedly attacking the enemy airplanes and shooting down as many as six. The leader of the bombers reported that, "For sheer determination and guts, it was the greatest exhibition I've ever seen.” Howard received the Medal of Honor for his action that…