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Black Pilots of America
Date: 10/1/2013 Album ID: 1712156
Photos by AFRO Photos by Dr. A. Lois De Laine
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Sep 22, 2013 National Golf Club at Tantallon, Ft. Washington, Maryland Black Aviators and Instructors are Honored for their contributions to the field Photos by Dr. A. Lois De Laine
An original Tuskegee Airman, Class of 45I, William Fauntroy, was the first African American Civil Engineer hired by the National Capital Transportation
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Minnie and Bill Rouse, HJ Aviation
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Aviators Lloyd Coleman, Col. Richard Cooper, CAP, Jake Collins, Byron Stewart
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Kinberly Stephens, Taylor Stephens, Christopher Stephens
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Kermit Bostic, Barbara Bostic, Janise Bostic
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Women in Aviation International Sharon Ledgister-Reid, PMP, son, Maximillian Reid and Sharon D.W. Boddie
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Daughter, Sabrina Scott, granddaughter Tamia Scott of Walter Scott, a pilot, instructor and currently a Touring Exhibition Driver
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Local pilot Dan and wife Jerri Spicer, owner of several aircrafts
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U.S. Airforce Pilots Alex Cole and Aaron Pierce
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Danita Moses, Ayanna Burris
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Col. Charles McGee, holds record of most combat hours flown,  daughter Yvonne McGee and Diane Mohr, daughter of Col. Dean Mohr, East Coast Aviation
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Councilman Obie Patterson, Vice chair Prince George's County Council presents Proclamation to Melvin Cooper, founder and president of the Society for the Preservation of Black Aviators
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Lt. Col. (Ret.) Herbert H. Jones Jr., an original Tuskegee Airman, Class of 44J, National Capital Wing of Civil Air Patrol
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An original Tuskegee Airman, Class of 45I, William Fauntroy, was the first African American Civil Engineer hired by the National Capital Transportation
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Hon. Christopher Hart. vice chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board whose great uncle, James Herman Banning, was the first African American to receive a pilot license issued by the government in 1926
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Gladys B. Otley completed her solo flight at Columbia Air Center.  She retired from the Public Affairs Office of the U.S. Air Force. Eric Woods presents her a plaque
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Albert Young earned his pilot license at Columbia Air Center and became co-owner of the Center.
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Mr. Herbert Jones Jr and his wife Mildred Nelson founded Cloud Club II flight training school at Hyde Field, Clinton, MD.
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