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Tuskegee Pilot to Be Honored on a U.S. Stamp

C. Alfred “Chief” Anderson taught hundreds of Tuskegee Airmen to fly, and is now being honored with a U.S. Postal Service stamp for his dedication as a leader. Known as the “Father of Black Aviation,” he died at the age of 89 in 1996. (Photo: USPS) 

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