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March  2004 - Columbus AFB.  Presentation of military medals Ms. Orr procured posthumously for Tuske

March  2004 - Columbus Air Force Base.  Presentation of military medals Ms. Orr procured posthumously for Tuskegee Airman,  Lt. Quitman Walker,  killed in combat November 1944.  Nephew, Donald Walker, accepts.  [Photo private collection.]

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April 2006 - National Museum of the United States Air Force.  Winners of 1949 Conventional Class Worldwide Aerial Gunnery Meet,  pose with their "Top Gun" trophy.  Ms. Orr located trophy 'missing' for fifty-five years and fought for its repose.  [Photo private collection.]

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August 2014 - Tuskegee Airmen, Inc. National Convention. Seated, Raymond Cassagnol, first  of five Haitians to earn his  military pilot wings during WWII in Tuskegee, Alabama.  Ms. Orr proofed panels in background  created by Kennesaw State University students.

[Photo Private collection. ]                                    

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November 2011 - CNN. News anchor Fredricka Whitfield interviews Ms. Orr (displaying her revised edition, "First Top Guns," book)  and Tuskegee Airmen, [l to r] pilot,  Leonard Hall, and crew chief, Val Archer. [Photo Courtesy CNN.]

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October 2017 -  Atlanta Warbird Weekend hosted by  Commemorative Air Force Dixie Wing. Five Tuskegee Airmen pose with others on  street named in their honor. The 'naming' was spearheaded by Ms. Orr.  [Photo Courtesy of Robyn K. Mizelle, City of College Park, GA.]

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February 2019 - Cox Enterprises. Black History Month Program  paid tribute to the Tuskegee Airmen and other military veterans.  Ms. Orr was a consultant and presenter.  {Photo courtesy of Stan Coleman.]