Another One Has Passed….

| December 28, 2020

A Tuskegee Airman was given a flyover a few days before his 100th birthday.

Unfortunately, he passed shortly thereafter, without reaching his centennial birthday.

Mr. Farrar spent his life after World War II was over as an aerospace engineer, working for the FAA until he retired.

Catch the tailwind, Mr. Farrar. 2nd star to the right and straight on ‘til morning.

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RIP, sir. Your contributions to this country are very much appreciated.


The 56th and final coin in the America the Beautiful series of US Quarters is from the State of Alabama and commemorates the Tuskegee Airman National Historic Site.

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Rest well, Mr. Farrar.


Thank You, Dear Sir.


Rest in peace Sir.


Godspeed and Fare Well Good Sir! We Salute your Service to our Country.


Rest in Peace, Sir.

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