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A Salute To Shopping

     Congratulations to everyone who actually scored what they wanted yesterday during the shopping commotion that is commonly known as “Black Friday.” Surprisingly, “Black” does not refer to the mood of shoppers after they’ve spent the best part of a day traipsing from mall to store to big box retailer […]

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Book Bits and Other Gifts

     Like a lot of non-profits, the CAF Red Tail Project sells things through its website to raise money for its mission.  Our online “store” features unique items like Red Tail Project dog tags and Tuskegee Airmen playing cards as well as high-quality RTP-logoed clothing items for all ages, beautiful […]

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Staying In Touch With Social Media

     For at least 15 years, the CAF Red Tail Project has been all about restoring (twice) its rare red-tailed P51-C Mustang in order to use it as a tool to create interest in the history and legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen.  This mission has involved two things – fundraising […]

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A Meaningful Juxtaposition

     Tomorrow at midnight we Americans are, by the calendar, about equidistant between Election Day (just held on Tuesday, November 2) and Veterans Day (coming up on Thursday, November 11).       Kudos to everyone who voted on Tuesday!  The privilege to cast a confidential ballot is one of the rights […]

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How the Tuskegee Airmen Continue to Serve

     On July 29, 2010 members of Tuskegee Airmen Inc. (TAI) and their spouses gathered for the opening of their 39th National Convention in San Antonio, TX.   This well-attended annual meeting has a full schedule of general business sessions, recognition, awards, and exhibits, but any attendee will tell you that […]

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A Brief Note On Traveling Exhibits

     The next Redtail Mail newsletter will feature a story about traveling exhibits.  There are a surprising number of them on the road at any given time, and the story will introduce readers to three groups that already have something similar to what the CAF Red Tail Project is going […]

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