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Tuskegee airmen, Col. John Smith, (cq) and Samuel Hunter, (cq) (l-r) laugh as they look at some pictures on Smith's camera in the senate. Hunter was one of the original airmen along with Randolph Edwards, (cq) (far r). They wait to be recognized in the senate. April 12,2006, in Denver, Colo. the Tuskegee Airmen were recognized in both the house and the senate at the State Capitol. The congress made a resolution to name a part of Interstate 70 from Peoria to York Street the "Tuskegee Airmen Memorial Highway". These airmen were the first black military pilots and served during WWII. There were 5 original members present at the capitol. ( LINDA McCONNELL/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) ** (cq)

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