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(1) the base of the statue sculpted to honor Eugene Jacques Bullard, the first African-American fighter pilot, who flow with the French Army Air Corps during World War I.
(2) several military veterans, members of the Atlanta Chapter Tuskegee Airmen, Inc., as they gather for unveiling of the Bullard statue at the Georgia Museum of Aviation.
(3) a full view of the statute of aviator and fighter pilot, Eugene Jacques Bullard.
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