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Tuskegee Airmen view 'Red Tails'

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People gather for a special dinner in the Elephant Bar at Westfield Franklin Park Mall before the viewing of 'Red Tails' at the Rave theater.

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Mayor Mike Bell receives a plaque from Maj. Gen. Deborah A. Ashenhurst, right, before the special viewing of the movie 'Red Tails' at the Rave at Westfield Franklin Park Mall. Command Chief Master Sgt. Tamara Phillips, far left, and Col. Steve Nordhaus, 180th FW Commander, center, look on.

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Command Chief Master Sgt. Tamara Phillips Tamara Phillips, left, congratulates Rt. Lt. Col. Harold Brown, right, before the special viewing of the movie 'Red Tails.' Brig. Gen. Mark Bartman, center, looks on.

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Tuskegee Airmen Lt. Col. Alexander Jefferson, left, and Jesse Rutledge, right, are "coined" and receive congratulations from Command Chief Master Sgt. Tamara Phillips, front center, and Maj. Gen. Deborah A. Ashenhurst, front far right.

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Tuskegee Airmen Frederick Henry Sr, left, Lt. Col. Alexander Jefferson, center, and Jesse Rutledge, right, are "coined" and receive congratulations from Command Chief Master Sgt. Tamara Phillips, front right, and Maj. Gen. Deborah A. Ashenhurst.

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Senior Master Sgt. Roger Gritzmaker, left, from the 180th Fighter Wing, left, speaks with John Stewart, from Detroit who served in the military from 1949- 1954.

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