Bear River Nation Club P.O. Box 613108 3500 Bear Brook Court.

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Join the World Renowned Tuskegee Airmen Bear Creek Golf Course Friday, August 24, 2007 Schedule of Events Soft Spikes Required ~ No Denim Attire Friday * August 24, 2007 7:00 a.m. Golf Registration 7:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast 7:30 a.m. Jump start/Shotgun Start Awards Lunch Immediately Following the Tournament Bear Creek Golf Club\'s two title formats, the East Course and West Course, opened for play in 1980 and were outlined by recognized golf planner, Ted Robinson. The two courses are fundamentally the same as concerning trouble, and format. Developed trees, rise, streams and lakes make Bear Creek an astounding golf experience. 36 th Annual Celebrity Golf Classic Proceeds to profit the Tuskegee Airmen National Scholarship Foundation Friday, August 24, 2007 Celebrity Classic Corporate Sponsorship OPPORTUNITIES * $10,000 Title Sponsor * $5,000 Presenting Sponsor * $3000 Major Sponsor * $1,500 Contributing Sponsor * $750 Contest Sponsor $500 Hole Sponsor * Golf is incorporated Bear Creek Country Club P.O. Box 613108 3500 Bear Creek Court Bear Creek Golf Club is midway situated inside the DFW Airport - minutes from Interstates 30, 35E, and 635 - and is effectively the most advantageous golf club in all of North Texas From DFW Terminal : • Take International Parkway South. • After Toll Plaza, leave right onto Airfield Drive. • Continue on Airfield Drive. • The passageway is around 1/2 mile on the left. GOLF AWARDS Golf grants will be given to every colleague for to begin with, second, and third-put victors. Singular aptitude prizes will be honored: Men & Women Closest-to-Pin, and Men & Women Longest Drive. Noiseless Auction: Signed Limited Edition: Tuskegee Airmen Lithograph Print For more data contact: Gordon Guillory @ 214-392-0259 Tuskegee Airmen, Inc. P.O Box 9122 Arlington, VA 22219-1166

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The History of the Tuskegee Airmen In 1972, Tuskegee Airmen, Inc. was shaped to motivate youth in the field of flying and aviation innovation and safeguard the history and achievements of these "Living Legends". To date, there are more than 45 parts inside the United States and Canada, which incorporate more than 200 unique Tuskegee Airmen. In 1978, the Tuskegee Airmen built up the Tuskegee Airmen National Scholarship Foundation (NSF) with an underlying objective of $1 million dollars. Seed cash originated from vows, commitments and the returns of a Memorial Banquet regarding General Daniel "Chappie" James, Jr. The objective was accomplished in 1997 and in 2000 the asset equalization came to $1,700,000.00. Every year the NSF stipends more than 40 grants in the measure of $1,500., to meriting secondary school seniors who are occupied with seeking after a vocation in avionics, air transportation and aviation innovation. The Annual Tuskegee Airmen Golf Classic has turned into a key vehicle to raise required assets to guarantee money related backing is accessible to those with a conferred enthusiasm for flight. We emphatically accept by collaborating with TAI, together we will propel three noble purposes: advance African-American History, perceive the penances of all Armed Service individuals and move youth to beat the chances they confront by enlightening the history and bewildering achievements of the most gallant and noteworthy African-American Military Aviation pioneers of our time. We thank you for your backing! Tuskegee Airmen During World War II, a gathering of youthful African Americans, conquering extraordinary impediments, got to be individuals from a standout amongst the most prestigious flying contender and aircraft units in the historical backdrop of the Army Air Corp. Their strength and valor was renowned to the point that white pilots and servicemen particularly asked for them as escorts on some of their most risky missions. Numerous lost their lives and some got to be Prisoners of War. The World Renowned "Tuskegee Airmen" are America\'s first dark military pilots, bombardiers, guides and bolster work force prepared amid World War II. Referred to likewise as "The Red Tails" the military pilots, of the 99th Fighter Squadron and the 332nd Fighter Group of the U.S. Armed force Air Corps, drove by Colonel Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., separated themselves in battle flying various missions in the European theater from 1944 through 1946. These American Heroes effectively battled two wars; a fight against adversary assault abroad and a fight at home to incorporate the Armed Forces. Unmistakably the Airmen\'s chivalrous, effective and industrious battle spearheaded Civil Rights before the Civil Rights Movement lighted in the mid 1950s. Dallas/Ft Worth, TX, is the site of the 36th Annual Tuskegee Airmen National Convention. This might be the last open door we as a country will need to pay tribute and demonstrate our appreciation and admiration to a number of the individuals who served this nation so valiantly. On March 29, 2007, these bold troopers will get the prestigious Congressional Gold Medal of Honor for the penances and achievements made amid WWII and making ready for the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950\'s. The Men Who Changed A Nation Combat Record of the Tuskegee Airmen (The Untold Story) Total Missions 1,578 Total Sorties 15,533 Total # of Tuskegee Pilot graduates 992 Total # of Pilots sent overseas 450 AWARDS Legion of Merit 1 Silver Star 1 Soldier Medal 2 Purple Heart 8 Distinguished Flying Cross 9 Bronze Star 14 Air Medal and Cluster 744

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