11 February 2021
THE PRESIDENTS PAGE
By President Miguel Thornton
Good Day all. We are the family that supports the efforts and Legacy of The Tuskegee Airmen by our membership in this organization. Although this Covid-19 epidemic has hit close to home we just should count our Blessings. Several of our members have been knocked down but not out. We all have to remain safe and practice safe distancing. We have scheduled a Virtual Meeting for Thursday, February 11, 2021. We would Love to see you and see that smile behind your Mask. The time shall be from 6:00 PM until 6:45PM You will receive more information from our editor and our corresponding secretary. I am requesting that you keep the families of our recent Lonely Eagles brothers in your Prayers. I would like to thank all of you for your Prayers and support for us with the loses we had in our family, specifically our daughter Laura and mu brother-in-law Michael Curry. Your telephone calls, emails, texts and appearance at her home going ceremony meant so much to my wife and me. God bless you for the Love you shared with us. Our brother John Stewart is in need of Prayers. At our Board meeting we spoke about the need for us to keep in contact with each other. We decided to have Virtual meetings until it is safe for us to meet in person. We would like to share the things the Board discussed and complete our planning for the year. Remember this is a TEAM effort, so we need you.
Detroit Chapter TAI is hosting our February 2021 Monthly Meeting virtually
YOU are invited to this scheduled ZOOM TAI Monthly Member Meeting.
Topic: Detroit Chapter TAI ZOOM Monthly Membership Mtg.
Date/Time: 2nd Thursday at 6PM
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on Thursday; February 11th, 2020; 6PM
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Tuskegee Airmen: "Legacy of Courage" Special Premieres Wednesday
February 10 at 8/7c aired on The History Channel,
Executive Produced and Narrated by
“Good Morning America” Anchor, Robin Roberts
Click Link Watch Preview: Tuskegee Airmen: Legacy of Courage | HISTORY
Rothacker C. Smith Jr. PhD.
One of our members, Brian Smith, lost his father who was a WW2 veteran. His Internment will be at Arlington National Cemetery. Date of Internment is TBD. Visit the National WWII Museum Profiles to learn more about Rothacker C. Smith Jr. PhD.
Central Florida says goodbye to a hero: Tuskegee Airman Richard Hall Jr
Hall died Jan. 25 at 97 years old Read Story See Story
US Mint to honor Tuskegee Airmen with special quarter.
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