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    RE: TUSKEGEE AIRMEN FILM

    If you like to read a good book try close calls by Bill price a pilot of the 353rd FG.350FS.


    Its a Good read.

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    RE: TUSKEGEE AIRMEN FILM

    Hey Gremlin Castle wow what a story i enjoyed reading it my father was aboard the USS Forrestal CV59 when it cough on fire off the coast of Vietnam im sure any Navy and Marine soldier would remember that, i found my fathers diary from that day and is like your story no HBO, no pretend is all true the way it really happend unfortunatly my fahter passed away shortly after the carrier came back to the US for repairs after the big incident. im retired Army, i cant even immagine how it used to be back in WW1,WW2 when serving your country was an HONOR not like now where some people join the military for college and when they get orders to fight they come up with excuses not to go i my self did 2 tours in the desert managed to retire and now im a disable veteran. keep up the good stories i sure enjoyed reading it....
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