Listen: Tuskegee Airmen, Wilfred And Tuskegee discussed on 24 Hour News
"Mostly sunny, high forty to say colder, but sunny, a high of thirty seven right now thirty five and cloudy, relative humidity. Forty four percent it's going down to twenty seven tonight in midtown. A Harlem man who served as an aircraft technician with the Tuskegee airmen has died at one hundred years old. Police say it appears Wilfred to four died of natural causes a health aide found him unresponsive in his apartment today before was honored. Just last month at a ceremony to rename Manhattan post office after the Tuskegee airmen daily news reports to four set at that ceremony that the World War Two black squadrons members didn't know they were making history at the time. He said we were just doing our job to four also happen to serve as a postal employee for more than thirty years after his historic military service wins news time three oh six. Yeah. We sorta stopped paying attention and racked up a lot of day. Yeah. It was stressful. He blamed me for my credit card debt, and I blamed him for building that man cave. It's awesome. Anyway, we stop blaming each other dinner homework and read that a smart way to consolidate debt is."