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Ted Lumpkin Jr., a Tuskegee Airman, Dies at 100

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Mr. Lumpkin, one of the oldest surviving Tuskegee Airmen, died on Dec. 26 at a hospital in Los Angeles, just a few days before his 101st birthday. He died of complications of Covid-19. (www.nytimes.com) More...

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skylab72
skylab72 1
RIP brother in arms.
HarrisonV
Harry Venison 1
RIP Ted Lumpkin, you served your country well.
wentress1027
Wendy Henderson 1
RIP Sir
pilotblake
Blake Van 1
God's Speed Pilot Buddy..
Flomeister45
Florian Badura 1
May the Lord Almighty have mercy on him, forgive him his sins, and welcome him into Paradise. Rest in Peace so long after a job well done!!!
IAOA
IAOA 2
Amazing men. God Bless.
franklinokolo
franklinokolo 3
RIP brother. You're flying with the angels now on cherubic wings.
lecompte2
lecompte2 2
RIP brother pilot
augerin
Dave Mathes 5
...fly with the angels my brother...
nzradley
Paul Radley 14
What a wonderful sad story. These airmen did such a fantastic job back in the second war war and then totally disrespected afterwards. They need to be remembered and respected!
EtienneDaniels
Etienne Daniels 2
R.I.P. Sir. Respect
N3400B
So sad to live so long to be taken by covid. Thanks for your service may you receive your justs rewards by our creator.
TiredTom
Tom Bruce 6
all the good ones going... born 1928? joined with parents consent at age 17 in 1945? You'd be 92 now...
Just about the youngest you could be and be a WW2 vet.. not many left... Korea vets next...the me..Viet Vet 1968...age 74

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