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Air Force Vice Chief of Staff Gen. T. Michael Moseley (right) and Jacqueline Weathers (left) look on as her husband, retired Lt. Col. Luke Weathers, describes the action depicted in a painting honoring the famed 332nd Fighter Group of Tuskegee Airmen. Colonel Weathers and General Moseley unveiled the painting, which depicts Weathers protecting a damaged bomber, during a ceremony in the Pentagon in 2004.

A member of World War II's storied Tuskegee Airmen died at age 90 in Tucson on Saturday. Lt. Col. Luke Weathers Jr., one of the Army Air Force's pioneering group of black fighter pilots, will be buried with full honors in Arlington National Cemetery. Read more» 2