6th graders point to the principle that means the most to them after seeing the RISE ABOVE movie at the Air Heritage Museum in Beaver County Pennsylvania.
Students at Beaver County Airport
We had lots of help cleaning the airplane. Here's Bill with one of the youngest.
Carla Williams, who's Great Uncle Carl James Woods was an Airman, went for a ride with Bill Shepard and enjoyed the experience.
The Tuskegee Airmen memorial at Sewickley Cemetery near Pittsburgh.
6th graders visit the Air Heritage Museum and the CAF Red Tail Squadron RISE ABOVE exhibit
Pilot Bill Shepard answers students' questions about the Mustang.
Denise Kirkland, daughter of Airman Lt Calvin Smith, prepares for her ride with Bill Shepard.
Memorial to the Tuskegee Airmen of Western Pennsylvania located at the Sewickley Cemetary.
Bill meets with a former B-17 pilot who was escorted by the Airmen.
Bill and Melanie leaving Beaver County Airport heading toward Washington DC after a very successful weekend.
Students after seeing the RISE ABOVE movie
An extended family visits with Bill Shepard at the Mustang.
So many proud veterans attended the event in Beaver County. So many stories. We're glad to keep the dialogue alive.
6th graders from Beaver County Pennsylvania.
A seniors' group joined us today.
Tuskegee Airmen Memorial at Sewickley Cemetery in Pennsylvania. A very familiar aircraft.