Ok, so you don't want to back up your percentages.
Why don't you?
Off duty things were completely different in how the troops integrated.
e.g. Fort Drum:
Two clubs operated on post by AAFES. One called Spinners (music orientated), the other called Pennants (sports orientated), they both operated at night as dance clubs.
Spinners was basically a black club, while Spinners was basically non black.
Spinners had to be shut down because of the conduct of the black soldiers.
The last straw was when they turned a car over in the parking lot and set it aflame.
My understanding was that the club was shut down for some time after I left Fort Drum but has since reopened.
e.g. MFO, Sinai Egypt.
(An assignment that is so political that if the Sergeant Major is white, the majority of First Sergeants have to be non-white, and vise versa.)
Each Military Contingent has it's own Club/Bar/Mess, the U.S.'s is basically black, seldom do you find U.S. personnel of a different ethnicity in the Bar and rarely do you find those from another Contingent in the U.S.'s bar.
Not the same for the other Contingent Bars. (except maybe for the French, lol.)
This indicates that your use of the term "successfully integrated" is subjective to say the least.
Now if you would like to speak about what is generally unspoken of on duty that cause underlying tension between races, it would also be an indication that your use of the term "successfully integrated" is subjective to say the least.
Man, I am not reading that font, sorry.