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We wish to congratulate U.S. Navy Captain Eric J. Anduze, a Boricua who assumed command of USS Theodore Roosevelt, a position of utmost importance for the Navy, as it is one of the largest and most important warships in the American Nation. In good time, it fills us Puerto Ricans with pride; today wishing them the greatest success in this priceless new order. Puerto Rican pride!
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#DidYouKnow MLB named September 9 as Roberto Clemente's Day to pay tribute to his humanitarian legacy and career as a player. History will be made today when the entire Pittsburgh Pirates team look #21 in their uniforms during the Chicago White Sox game. It's the first time since the death of the baller who will take number 21 in the team uniform.
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Puerto Rican ballers from other teams will also be able to wear number 21 during today's games. Some Latin American players will also join the initiative to pay tribute to the outstanding athlete born in the San Antón neighborhood of Carolina, Puerto Rico
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Clemente’s path to baseball legend started in Carolina, Puerto Rico, where he was born to a sugar cane worker on August 18, 1934. His full name was Roberto Enrique Clemente Walker, and he spent his childhood in Barrio San Antón. Baseball had been popular in Puerto Rico since the 1800s.

His parents were Melchor Clemente and Luisa Walker de Clemente. His father oversaw sugar cane cutters and his mother was a laundress, according to the Society for American Baseball Research.

By 16, he was already playing baseball with the Puerto Rican amateur league. Two years later, his professional career began in 1952, at age 18, when he signed with the Santurce Cangrejeros (Crabbers), a team in Puerto Rico’s Baseball League. His next step was with the minor league affiliate in Montreal for the Brooklyn Dodgers.


“His first at bat resulted in a game-winning home run on July 25, 1954,”
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Clemente quickly became an “idol” in Puerto Rico. Meanwhile, he did face some discrimination in the United States when his baseball career took off. The media would try to call him by the anglicized “Bob,” but he would insist on being called Roberto, never giving up his pride in his heritage. He was once quoted as saying, “I don’t believe in color.”
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Clemente had many athletic talents, but his strong throwing arm was at the top of that list. He was also a great hitter. According to the Society for American Baseball Research, he played with “reckless but controlled abandon” that electrified fans.
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Roberto Clemente spent his career with The Pittsburgh Pirates. The records and awards he won during his career include the following: “12 consecutive Gold Glove Awards, 4 National League batting titles, 3,000 career hits, the 1966 National League MVP Award, 2 World Series rings, and the 1971 World Series MVP Award.”

On October 12, 1971, Clemente “led the Pittsburgh Pirates to victory against the Baltimore Orioles in Game 3 of the series, ultimately contributing to their Series title,”

He was the 11th player in baseball history to score 3,000 hits, according to the Hall of Fame

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Roberto Clemente’s legacy extends off the baseball field too. Google calls him “one of the most humanitarian athletes to play the game.”

Among things he was known for were “delivering food and supplies to those in need, holding baseball clinics for kids, or making generous donations,” and he showed a special
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Tragically, Clemente was only 38-years-old when he died in a plane crash. The date was Dec. 31, 1972, and he was trying to help people affected by an earthquake in Nicaragua.

the plane crashed because it was overloaded with supplies.


Clemente was also a veteran; he served in the United States Marine Corps Reserve.
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Clemente is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame. He was the “first Latin American and Caribbean player to be so honored.” His name is stamped on an award given to baseball players who help their communities too.

He is also a recipient of “Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Roberto Clemente Walker Congressional Gold Medal, and the Presidential Citizens Medal.” The professional baseball league of Puerto Rico bears his name.
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In 2016 ESPN and ESPN Sports announced the names of the 10 selected as the most INFLUENT SPORT FIGURES OF ALL TIME; and 50 chose the 10... #1?? ROBERTO CLEARLY from Carolina, Puerto Rico (beating Maradona and Messi).
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_____ The athlete IN THE WORLD who has been honored with more structures baptized with his name, is ROBERTO CLEMENTE from Carolina, Puerto Rico. ... parks, schools, places, buildings, avenues, roads, sports facilities, bridge, stadiums, housing complexes, walks, health clinics, among others. No other athletes ON THE PLANET have more streets, avenues, parks, places, schools, buildings, bridge, stadiums, coliseums than this beloved Puerto Rican compatriot. Only in Puerto Rico, Nicaragua and the United States there are over 125 facilities BAPTIZED in his honor.
_____ A few years ago the BBC World published the following headline: ′′ WHY IS PUERTORRICAN ROBERTO CLEMENT THE SPORTFIGURE WITH MOST STATUES IN THE WORLD ′′ and adds: ′′ He did not play the most popular sport in the world, nor was he born in the country most populous on the planet, but it's the SPORT FIGURE THAT HAS MOST BEEN SCULPTED ′′ (Beating Pelé and by far Mohamed Ali). No other athletes on the planet have more statues than this beloved Puerto Rican compatriot.

_____ it is impressive that not only in the history of the major leagues but in sport worldwide there is no player who has received more recognitions, honors and distinctions that exceeds the Puerto Rican athlete: items, teams, awards (1 of MLB exclusive), sports leagues, posters, books, songs, poems, memorabilia of first-class collectors, paintings, documentaries, their face on tickets, coins and postage stamps from various countries.
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ROBERTO CLEARLY WAS PROPHET ON HIS EARTH, because Puerto Ricans admire him, love him, remember him and feel a deep pride that a human being of his caliber is part of our people, be part of our history, be part of our nation.
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When Clemente first showed up at the Pirates' spring training in Florida, black players usually had to wait on the bus for their white teammates to bring them food to the restaurant after games. Clemente despised routine. He threatened to fight any black player who took the food, according to David Maraniss' biography on Clemente. He requested a separate transport, and the Pirates eventually provided a station wagon for the black players.
It's amazing to have a Hall of Fame with not only that trajectory in baseball, but also in humanitarianism and his willingness to fight for human rights, ”said former big league Carlos Delgado in Spanish during a telephone interview. “He had great pride and great integrity as a Black Puerto Rican and Latino, claiming his place in a very, very complicated environment.
«Vous le regardez maintenant et je ne peux même pas imaginer ce que c'était que dans les années 60 d'être Noir dans un club-house avec principalement des Blancs, avec des journalistes blancs qui vous dérangent constamment, se moquant de votre accent.
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Whatever happens in New York, there will always be Puerto Ricans involved. 911 was a nightmare, and there in the middle of it, there were ours.
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Since the events of 911, the photo of a woman asking for help that would never come, from the edge of the gigantic hole on the face of the building that was created by the crashed of the plane, literally appeared in every media of the planet. So sad when we found out she was a Puerto Rican sister. The powerlessness of not being able to do anything to help her.

EDNA CINTRÓN was born in Puerto Rico, 46 years old, was a professional working at the Marsh & McLennanen Insurance Broker s' office on the 97th floor of the North Tower. Everything they talk about her as a woman and a professional was very positive. Our sister died that day, there were people who said she had been one of the people who threw herself into the void, but it wasn't so; there are photos of EDNA seconds before the first 100 floors were literally made POWDER (because the building didn't fall, it disintegrated with everything inside: furniture, files, tables, elevators and all those innocent people like our EDNA.
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WILLIAM RODRIGUEZ is a pride for all his people. He worked as a janitor for 20 years at the Twin Towers. He claims being in the basement of the Tower seconds before the first ′′ plane ′′ crashed up, heard and felt A POWERFUL BOMB THAT EXPLOITED UNDER the building.
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When chaos unleashed, with bombs down and ′′ planes ′′ up, WILLIAM instead of running away, he got into the stairs and opened all the closed doors on the way to the top. The closed doors were preventing the exit of many people who were trapped. Those doors were opened with a special master key that only he had. William... only a giant heart pushes a human being to do what you did; we know that there are thousands of people among the saved, their families and friends who keep with deep gratitude in a corner of their heart a Puerto Rican angel called WILLIAM RODRIGUEZ
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A tragic day for all of us is America and those who lost their lives in an act of hate. May the lord have all their souls in heaven and always give comfort to their families and friends.
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So sad !

Arecibo was one of the most beautiful tools to unravel the mystery of the immensity!
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a next skateboard track?
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And I thought it was just a virtual fabrication for the James Bond movie!
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.Last month Puerto Rico celebrated the 500th years of the City of Old San Juan, as part of the celebration we had the visit of a few sail ships from our Las Americas brothers.  It was beautiful to see the sailors from Colombia, Mexico, Brazil, and Uruguay in our harbor.
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I hope you had a good time
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88 years of a LEGEND!
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Many celebrate the baller, but they forget that Clemente was also a great humanist. That's why they remember him with great affection and affection in Nicaragua. And when it comes to racism it's impossible not to admire and respect Roberto Clemente for all the struggles he fought on and off the baseball field.
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When in the United States the media wanted to Americanize his name by calling him "Bob Clemente" (They call Bob to those called Robert), he insisted that they call him by his real name: Roberto Clemente.
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His first words when winning the 1971 World Series were in Spanish "On the biggest day of my life, for the children my blessing, and that my parents give me my blessing in Puerto Rico. "
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Robert Clemente Walker. (1934-1972) He was born on 18th August*. Puerto Rican astro, eternal legend of professional baseball (MLB), solidarity, philanthropist, advocate of sports education and equality of the black and Latin Americans in sport
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The House of Spain in Puerto Rico was founded in 1914 with the support of Mr. Antonio Álvarez Nava, then president of the Casino Español, in whose building was the headquarters of the House of Spain from its foundation until 1935.
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The creation of the entity was proposed by the Mallorcan merchant D. Antonio Caubet Pons, this being its first Treasurer, and D. Abelardo de la Haba its first president. in the first half of the twentieth century.    In 1934 he was elected president D. Miguel Such, Spanish businessman based in Puerto Rico and owner of the "White Star Bus Line", who managed the donation of the site by the government of Puerto Rico and the construction of the monumental headquarters of the House of Spain designed by Pedro De Castro y Besosa, the most prestigious architect in Puerto Rico during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  The original program of the building included the dependencies of the Consulate of Spain in Puerto Rico, an area of consultations and external clinic of the Hospital Auxilio Mutuo, a swimming pool that located enugar that currently occupies the inner courtyard; among other dependencies dedicated to recreation, culture and fraternization. The construction of the building was paid for with the sale of the properties in old San Juan owned by the entity and the contributions of the Spaniards residing in Puerto Rico, many of whose descendants continue to be closely linked to the House of Spain.  
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Its delicate architecture is of a predominantly Andalusian style in which its multiple towers, viewpoints, tiles, polychrome tiles, arches, lanterns and its large interior patio stand out. It is listed as a historic building of Puerto Rico and the United States.
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Old San Juan street.
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Beautiful sunset at Rincon beach Puerto Rico.
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Rincon Volky Fest summer 2022.
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Nature is perfect and the Yagrumo leaves never fail to predict a storm.
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The leaves of the Yagrumo tree turn and change to white or gold announcing that a storm is coming.
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An octogenarian lady from the island, remembers Hurricane Santa Clara in 1956, and writes on line that the only warning to know if a storm was coming was for two reasons: the first, the Yagrumo tree and the second the abundance of avocados. When the yagrumo tree turned its leaves and its color changed, then they prepared. And when there was a lot of avocado harvest, a hurricane was coming.

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.Hurricanes, the pandemic and constant earthquakes our small island has been through a lot, but the people of Puerto Rico are resilient and with our strong faith in God we will rise one more time. "El Boricua nunca se quita", we never give up.
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Might be a good idea to move the island.
Doesn't seem to be in a good spot.
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LOL Actually the position of the island has always been key throughout its history. Puerto Rico was one of the most important Spanish colonies of Ultramar. It was a Spanish possession of great strategically value in the Caribbean, a feature that made it into the Race of India scale due to the advantages it offered by the Bay and the Port of San Juan. This led to the island being attacked numerous times by the Caribbean Indians, pirates, smugglers and major European powers. These circumstances made the American continent the center of military operations during the Modern Age, forcing the Spanish Crown to invest large sums of economic in the construction of a complex defensive system in the mayor of overseas possessions.
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.The first defenses built in the city of San Juan, capital of the island, were made in the mid-16th century, although the defensive system of Puerto Rico was not completed until late 1898, at which time the island passed into the hands of the government of the United States after the Spanish defeat of the Hispanic American War. Over a period of almost four hundred years numerous fortifications were built and existing ones were reformed, in order to adapt them to the new tactical-strategic needs of the moment.
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 Puerto Rico took on a new strategic importance under American administration. The opening of the Panama Canal, a vital waterway linking the Pacific and the Atlantic, drew large amounts of shipping through the region and the old fortifications of San Juan were once again called into service as guardians of the Caribbean.
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 From World War I to the Cold War, Puerto Rico featured prominently in United States strategy in the Caribbean. The United States Antilles Command, headquartered in part at San Cristóbal (which was renamed Fort Brooke), coordinated allied efforts to protect the vital sea lanes in the eastern Caribbean and central Atlantic. San Juan became headquarters for American forces protecting shipping lanes and monitoring hostile military activity in the region. The military patch for the Antilles Command featured a stylized garita, drawing inspiration from the sentry boxes of San Cristobal and El Morro.
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  As World War II approached in the late 1930s, the United States began to expand its military presence in Puerto Rico. By 1943 there were over 55,000 service personnel deployed around the island. As part of Fort Brooke, San Cristobal was the duty station for a variety of communications, air defense, and support service units.
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.The coming of World War II started a building boom in and around San Juan. To face the challenges of modern warfare, the United States expanded San Juan’s defenses. Soldiers were deployed in new coastal fortifications and anti-aircraft batteries around the city. Fort Amezquita, located on the Isla de Cabras, was equipped with 12-inch guns, controlled by commanders at Fort Brooke, protected by concrete bunkers. New roads, power line and telephone lines sprung up around San Juan almost overnight. Among the largest projects was the construction of the new port facilities, including a dry dock for the the U.S. Navy.
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 Puerto Rico’s strategic importance was made clear once again in World War II. Aircraft destined for North Africa or Italy would refuel at air bases in Puerto Rico before continuing to South America, and then to West Africa and finally on to bases in the Mediterranean region.
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  During the 1950s and 1960s the United States used its bases in Puerto Rico to extend its influence throughout the Caribbean and to keep watch on its Cold War rivals – Cuba and the Soviet Union.
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hey jess is that a u2 plane?
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.Yes, Alex the one in that picture has a special nose art with the Dragon and the flag of Puerto Rico. They fly out of the base at Aguadilla here on the island. Here is another one:
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those are some funny-looking wheels. They look like they would break on touch down lol
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.Yes, it looks like a pencil with wings. LOL wonder if it is a super-fast plane or just for high altitude flying.
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