tuskegee airmen

Holding a photograph of himself as a 19-year-old pilot, Tuskegee Airmen Lt. Col. John Mulzac of Brooklyn, New York, kisses his wife Beatrice Mulzac after a ceremony honoring the World War II air group the Congressional Gold Medal in the Rotunda of the Capitol March 29, 2007 in Washington, DC. More than 300 members of the unit, the first of the nation's black military airmen, were on hand for the ceremony. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

2 Tuskegee Airmen Honored in D.C. on Veterans Day

The city of D.C. is honoring two of the original Tuskegee Airmen with the Congressional Gold Medal for Veterans Day.


Columbia Air Field 2012

[Video] Blast From Black History Past!

Would you be surprised if I were to tell you that PG county was a pioneer in black aviation before WWII? That’s right, in 1941 the first black owned [photogallerylink id=99117]and operated air field was […]


Photo By: Timothy A. Clary/ Getty Images

Things To Do This Weekend In The DMV

This weekend there is lots to do in the DMV area. Don’t sit in the house when you could be out enjoying a dance performance, attending a viewing party or touring a new museum exhibit!! […]



[VIDEO] Reel Talk Movie Review – Red Tails

[photogallerylink id=99117 align=right] Justine Love is back again this week with Reel Talk! This time she is reviewing the newly released action drama, “Red Tails.” The film is based on true events about the Tuskegee […]


PGC TV Exclusive- Red Tails: An Epic Story Of The Tuskegee Airmen

  The story of the Tuskegee Airmen is one of courage, youthfulness and pride. In 1941 the first African-American flight school was established at Tuskegee University in Alabama. George Lucus’ new film Red Tails is also the […]


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[Video] Ne-Yo's 5th Annual Giving Tour

  As the last stop on his 5 city tour, Ne-Yo hits the #14 Boys and Girls club and spread a little holiday cheer to area kids. Tony Redz also gets to talk to Lt. Colonel Alex Cole- great nephew to […]