Not often does one get to meet a real life Hero... But today I met this man, a Tuskegee Airman. He served in WWII so that we could all be here today, and for that all of us should be be grateful. Thank you. #332nd
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#BenjaminODavisJr. was the only black cadet at the #academy in 1932 He had no roommates or friends and was rarely even spoken to But Davis became one of the academy's most #accomplished graduates He commanded the all-black #TuskegeeAirmen during #WorldWarII Davis retired a three-star general in 1970, was awarded a fourth in 1998 Benjamin O. Davis Jr. was the only black cadet when he entered West Point in 1932. Davis spent his four years at the #military academy shunned, with no roommates or friends, in an experience he later said made him feel like 'an #invisible#man'. Now the university wants to #honor the man who went on to become one of its most accomplished graduates by naming a new $186m cadet barracks after Davis.
Lt Col Robert Friend, DOTA (Documented Original Tuskegee Airman). Came to speak with us this weekend at drill. He is 97 years old. I really enjoyed listening to him and his stories. This is what America is about. The Tuskegee Airman went through a lot, but they held their heads high and got the job done. Thank you for your service. #tuskegeeairman#scottairforcebase#navy#military#332nd