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Fly Nupes: Photos Of The Handsome And Daring Men Of Kappa Alpha Psi Who Served As Tuskegee Airmen

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11165334_10204621133264082_6177125496295050246_nKappa Man Richard C. Caesar
Pi Chapter, 12-1939
(passed away in 2011)

“Brother Richard C. Caesar (1918–2011) was born in Lake Village (Chicot County) on April 12, 1918. In 1942, Caesar became the second pilot from Arkansas to graduate from Tuskegee’s single-engine class 42-H (the first was Herbert Clark). He was one of the persons responsible for saving fellow original Tuskegee Airman Dr. Roscoe C. Brown Jr. from a potentially disastrous plane crash in 1943. Caesar was an engineering officer and pilot with the 100th Fighter Squadron. He retired from the air force and lived in Foster City, California.”

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