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My Beloved Friend
ROGER THAT
Congressional Gold Metal
Lieutenant Colonel Floyd J. Carter
I was inspired to write the song the "BAOT PRAYER"  from listening to Lt. Col. Floyd Carter's story in the Aircore Air Force.               
                                                                  William Thomas, Jr.
As a respected, decorated WWII combat fighter-pilot, 87 years of age, I have met and been exposed to ALL TYPES OF INDIVIDUALS.  I am a GOOD JUDGE OF CHARACTER.  BiLlee T has earned a rare place in the HIGHEST CATEGORY OF ALL OF MY FRIENDS AND RELATIVES.       
William M. Wheeler
ROGER THAT
UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY
WEST POINT
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Tuskegee Airmen - Combat Fighter Pilot, William M. Wheeler, is teaching the History of the Tuskegee Airmen and his experience as a Combat Fighter Pilot to a group of West Point Cadets, Officers, and their families and friends.
The Senior Chaplain is giving us the History of the church at West Point.
GENERAL
Going to next building.
Clearance from West Point Headquarters for us to be chauffeured from door-to-door by Major Wilson.
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JOSEPH McNEIL

One of the original four taking part in the Woolworth sit-ins. A Wilmington native, he graduated from Williston Senior High School. Soon after high school, his parents moved the family to New York, where he was able to experience a much more open society. Joe came to NC A&T on full scholarship, and found it hard to live in the segregated South. His roommate at Scott Hall on the A&T campus was another sit-in participant, Ezell Blair Jr. Joe's breaking point came after Christmas vacation, when he returned by bus from New York, and was not served a hot dog at the Greensboro Greyhound terminal. McNeil earned a degree in engineering physics from North Carolina A&T State University in 1963. Thirty minutes after graduating, Joe McNeil was commissioned by the U. S. Air Force and spent six years as an officer and attained the rank of captain. He recently retired from Air Force Reserves, having achieved the rank of Major General. During his tenure in the Air Force, he started a series of diversity programs, which profoundly changed the culture of that institution. He worked in computer sales for IBM, as a commercial banker for Bankers Trust in New York City, and as a stock broker for E.F. Hutton in Fayetteville. He now resides in Hempstead, N.Y. He is married to the former Ina Brown, and they have five children.

THE GREENSBORO FOUR
"Sitting down to take a stand."
MAJOR GENERAL
JOSEPH A. McNEIL
Franklin E. McCain, Ezell A. Blair, Jr., 
Joseph A. McNeil, and David L. Richmond
Ezell A. Blair, Jr., Franklin E. McCain, 
Joseph A. McNeil, and David L. Richmond
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BiLlee T

REST IN PEACE
A TRUE APOLLO LEGEND
LENA HORNE
1917 - 2010

By David J. Prince I May 14, 2010 7:05 PM EDT
Sidney Lumet
Vanessa Williams
Cicely Tyson
THE LIFE AND THE LEGACY 
LENA WITH THE TUSKEGEE AIRMEN
Former NY Mayor David Dinkins
Former NY Governor David Patterson
Jinji Nicole
Jessye Norman
Chita Rivera
Diahann Carroll
Bobby Carnavale
William Wheeler
BiLlee  T
Don Cheadle
Walter Mosley
Liz Smith
Lena Horne, the esteemed jazz vocalist and civil rights pioneer who died earlier this week at the age of 92, was honored by a resolution passed by the U.S. Senate this afternoon (May 14), just as Horne's friends and admirers paid her tribute at a New York memorial service.

The resolution, introduced by U.S. Senator Kristen Gillibrand (D-NY) and passed unanimously by the entire Senate, recognized Horne's lifelong efforts as an actress, singer and civil rights activist.  Introducing the measure, Senator Gillibrand said, "Lena Horne's legendary voice and her lifelong dedication to fighting inequality will continue to inspire future generations of Americans.  While we join together to mourn the loss of an American treasure and icon, we also celebrate Lena Horne's incredible life and legacy.  I offer my condolences to her family and friends."
Lena Horne Honored by Congress, Remembered At Memorial
Jenny Lumet (Granddaughter)
Lena Horne's Family and Friends
MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR LENA HORNE
St. IGNATIUS LOYOLA CATHOLIC CHURCH
May 14, 2010
IN MEMORY OF LENA HORNE
Thanks for the memories.
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