Lest We Forget - African American Military History by Researcher, 
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Dr. Lewis A. Jackson Scholarship Fund Dinner - February 9, 2007

Dr. Lewis A JacksonDr. Lewis A. Jackson Scholarship Fund Dinner

Great Hall of the David H. Ponitz Sinclair Center
Building 12, 444 W. Third Street
Dayton, Ohio

February 9, 2007

66th Army Air Forces Flight Training Detachment
Moton Field
Tuskegee, Alabama
(World War II)

The late Dr. Lewis A Jackson, famed Xenia, Ohio aviator, educator and entrepreneur was honored with the establishment of a Sinclair Community College scholarship in his name targeting black students pursuing careers in aviation.
Keynote speaker was Chauncey E. Spencer, II, Detroit, Michigan, the son of Chauncey E. Spencer, the famed American pilot and aviation advocate, who along with fellow pilot Dale L. White, in 1939 helped influence then United States Senator Harry S. Truman to fight for the appropriation of funds for the establishment of Civilian Pilot Training (CPT) programs at Black institutions of higher learning.

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