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George Washington Biggs, a member of the legendary Tuskegee Airmen who fought valiantly during World War II in segregated units, has died. He was 95. Biggs was the only member of the Tuskegee Airmen who was from Arizona, a family member confirmed on Facebook and to the Arizona Republic newspaper on Sept 22, 2020. He…

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Roscoe Brown, a longtime New York City educator who flew with the Tuskegee Airmen in World War II, died Saturday. He was 94. Born in Washington on March 9, 1922, Brown discovered his passion for aviation at an early age when he saw Charles Lindberg’s donation of the Spirit of St. Louis to the Smithsonian…

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Wells Fargo paid tribute to the heroic achievements of the Tuskegee Airmen through a special screening of the LucasFilm documentary, Double Victory, followed by a panel discussion with two leaders of the group and the presentation of a grant to the Tuskegee Chapter. “The broadening of interest… has been a dream come true,” says Col.…

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A strange thing occurred shortly before Terrence Howard’s big breakthrough in Hollywood. While taking steps to become one of Tinseltown’s leading men, following the success of Crash, Hustle & Flow and Iron Man, Howard’s rise to superstardom was derailed. A rift between Howard and Marvel led to him being replaced in Iron Man 2, which negatively impacted…

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