Remembering the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

By Staff Sgt. Carlos Davis (2d ID)January 21, 2014

Soldiers from 210th Field artillery Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division gathered together at the Warrior's Club Jan. 15, 2014 on Camp Casey to remember and celebrate the impact and influence on humanity by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. King. He not only had a significant impact on the civil rights movement but also the human rights movement. King's guiding beliefs as a nonviolent advocate is similar to our Warrior Ethos. He stood up for the voiceless regardless of race, religion, gender, national origin, or color.
1 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Soldiers from 210th Field artillery Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division gathered together at the Warrior's Club Jan. 15, 2014 on Camp Casey to remember and celebrate the impact and influence on humanity by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. King. He not only had a significant impact on the civil rights movement but also the human rights movement. King's guiding beliefs as a nonviolent advocate is similar to our Warrior Ethos. He stood up for the voiceless regardless of race, religion, gender, national origin, or color. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Carlos Davis (2d ID)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Sgt. 1st Class Farrin W. Kerr, from Italy, Texas, an equal opportunity leader assigned to 6th Battalion, 37th Field Artillery Regiment, 210th Field Artillery Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division says a few words during the celebration for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr at the Warrior's Club Jan. 15, 2014 on Camp Casey, South Korea. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr not only had a significant impact on the civil rights movement but also the human rights movement. King's guiding beliefs as a nonviolent advocate is similar to our Warrior Ethos. He stood up for the voiceless regardless of race, religion, gender, national origin, or color.
2 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Sgt. 1st Class Farrin W. Kerr, from Italy, Texas, an equal opportunity leader assigned to 6th Battalion, 37th Field Artillery Regiment, 210th Field Artillery Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division says a few words during the celebration for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr at the Warrior's Club Jan. 15, 2014 on Camp Casey, South Korea. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr not only had a significant impact on the civil rights movement but also the human rights movement. King's guiding beliefs as a nonviolent advocate is similar to our Warrior Ethos. He stood up for the voiceless regardless of race, religion, gender, national origin, or color. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Carlos Davis (2d ID)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Master Sgt. Hassan T. Carter, from Carona Queens, N.Y., the brigade equal opportunity advisor says a few words during the celebration for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr at the Warrior's Club Jan. 15, 2014 on Camp Casey, South Korea. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr not only had a significant impact on the civil rights movement but also the human rights movement. King's guiding beliefs as a nonviolent advocate is similar to our Warrior Ethos. He stood up for the voiceless regardless of race, religion, gender, national origin, or color.
3 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Master Sgt. Hassan T. Carter, from Carona Queens, N.Y., the brigade equal opportunity advisor says a few words during the celebration for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr at the Warrior's Club Jan. 15, 2014 on Camp Casey, South Korea. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr not only had a significant impact on the civil rights movement but also the human rights movement. King's guiding beliefs as a nonviolent advocate is similar to our Warrior Ethos. He stood up for the voiceless regardless of race, religion, gender, national origin, or color. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Carlos Davis (2d ID)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Capt. Adhanna McCarthy, from long Beach, Calif.,  the 210th Field Artillery Brigade physician's assistant, receives award from Command Sgt. Maj. Mark L. Brinton, from Panama City, Fla., the brigade senior noncommissioned officer, during the celebration for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr at the Warrior's Club Jan. 15, 2014 on Camp Casey, South Korea. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr not only had a significant impact on the civil rights movement but also the human rights movement. King's guiding beliefs as a nonviolent advocate is similar to our Warrior Ethos. He stood up for the voiceless regardless of race, religion, gender, national origin, or color.
4 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Capt. Adhanna McCarthy, from long Beach, Calif., the 210th Field Artillery Brigade physician's assistant, receives award from Command Sgt. Maj. Mark L. Brinton, from Panama City, Fla., the brigade senior noncommissioned officer, during the celebration for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr at the Warrior's Club Jan. 15, 2014 on Camp Casey, South Korea. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr not only had a significant impact on the civil rights movement but also the human rights movement. King's guiding beliefs as a nonviolent advocate is similar to our Warrior Ethos. He stood up for the voiceless regardless of race, religion, gender, national origin, or color. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Carlos Davis (2d ID)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Lt. Col. (Retired) Elgin Allmond, from Windsor, Va., the chief of plans and operations division for logistics readiness center at Camp Red Cloud, receives award from Command Sgt. Maj. Mark L. Brinton, from Panama City, Fla., the brigade senior noncommissioned officer, during the celebration for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr at the Warrior's Club Jan. 15, 2014 on Camp Casey, South Korea. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr not only had a significant impact on the civil rights movement but also the human rights movement. King's guiding beliefs as a nonviolent advocate is similar to our Warrior Ethos. He stood up for the voiceless regardless of race, religion, gender, national origin, or color.
5 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Lt. Col. (Retired) Elgin Allmond, from Windsor, Va., the chief of plans and operations division for logistics readiness center at Camp Red Cloud, receives award from Command Sgt. Maj. Mark L. Brinton, from Panama City, Fla., the brigade senior noncommissioned officer, during the celebration for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr at the Warrior's Club Jan. 15, 2014 on Camp Casey, South Korea. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr not only had a significant impact on the civil rights movement but also the human rights movement. King's guiding beliefs as a nonviolent advocate is similar to our Warrior Ethos. He stood up for the voiceless regardless of race, religion, gender, national origin, or color. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Carlos Davis (2d ID)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Command Sgt. Maj. Mark L. Brinton (left), from Panama City, Fla., the brigade senior noncommissioned officer, Capt. Adhanna McCarthy (middle left), from long Beach, Calif.,  the 210th Field Artillery Brigade physician's assistant, Lt. Col. (Retired) Elgin Allmond (middle), from Windsor, Va., the chief of plans and operations division for logistics readiness center at Camp Red Cloud, Sgt. 1st Class Farrin W. Kerr (middle right), from Italy, Texas, an equal opportunity leader assigned to 6th Battalion, 37th Field Artillery Regiment, 210th Field Artillery Brigade, and Master Sgt. Hassan T. Carter (right), from Carona Queens, N.Y., the brigade equal opportunity advisor, take a group photo during the celebration for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr at the Warrior's Club Jan. 15, 2014 on Camp Casey, South Korea. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr not only had a significant impact on the civil rights movement but also the human rights movement. King's guiding beliefs as a nonviolent advocate is similar to our Warrior Ethos. He stood up for the voiceless regardless of race, religion, gender, national origin, or color.
6 / 6 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Command Sgt. Maj. Mark L. Brinton (left), from Panama City, Fla., the brigade senior noncommissioned officer, Capt. Adhanna McCarthy (middle left), from long Beach, Calif., the 210th Field Artillery Brigade physician's assistant, Lt. Col. (Retired) Elgin Allmond (middle), from Windsor, Va., the chief of plans and operations division for logistics readiness center at Camp Red Cloud, Sgt. 1st Class Farrin W. Kerr (middle right), from Italy, Texas, an equal opportunity leader assigned to 6th Battalion, 37th Field Artillery Regiment, 210th Field Artillery Brigade, and Master Sgt. Hassan T. Carter (right), from Carona Queens, N.Y., the brigade equal opportunity advisor, take a group photo during the celebration for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr at the Warrior's Club Jan. 15, 2014 on Camp Casey, South Korea. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr not only had a significant impact on the civil rights movement but also the human rights movement. King's guiding beliefs as a nonviolent advocate is similar to our Warrior Ethos. He stood up for the voiceless regardless of race, religion, gender, national origin, or color. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Carlos Davis (2d ID)) VIEW ORIGINAL