Col. Charles McGee -- one of only nine Tuskegee Airmen still living -- becomes a centenarian in December, shortly after he marks his length of service and Pearl Harbor Day with a flight at Frederick Municipal Airport in Maryland. In reflecting on his World War II service with the first black aviators in the US Army, McGee says they were "fighting for two victories: victory over Hitler in Europe, and victory over racism here."
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