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101-Year-Old Tuskegee Airman Inspires Other Young Aviators, Taking Flight With His Great-Grandson

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101-Year-Old Tuskegee Airman Inspires Other Young Aviators, Taking Flight With His Great-Grandson

He’s passing the baton! A 101-year-old Tuskegee Airman inspires other young aviators by taking flight with the group, which included his great-grandson, WJLA reports. Brigadier General Charles McGee is the oldest remaining Tuskegee Airmen, and after serving in Korea, Vietnam, and World War II, he continues making new extraordinary memories. He recently celebrated his 100th birthday by piloting a celebratory flight from Maryland to Delaware. Now, 101-years-old, McGee is looking to pass the baton and inspire the next generation of aviators, joining a group of aspiring pilots on a flight to the largest aviation event in the world, EAA AirVenture. Joining McGee was...

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This Father Saved His Twins From A Fire And Raised More Than $215k To Support Family

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This Father Saved His Twins From A Fire And Raised More Than $215k To Support Family

He's a hero! Ray Lucas saved his infant twin daughters from a house fire in Detroit. On July 16, the father of two came home from running errands with his girlfriend and children's mother, Shi'ann Brown, to their family house engulfed in flames. His aunt and niece were able to escape, but he knew his children were still inside. Lucas jumped into action, running to the basement to save his two children. "The house was engulfed in smoke. I saw my mom and my niece were standing at the door, and they were frantic," Lucas told WJBK. "I just knew...

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This Foster Family Has Taken In More Than 100 Children In The DMV Area

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This Foster Family Has Taken In More Than 100 Children In The DMV Area

They always made room for one more. Aaron and Sandra Stockton are residents of Upper Marlboro, Maryland. Over the last 27 years, the two have made it their mission to help children who need it the most, fostering over 100 children in the DMV area, Fox 45 News reports. Their motto over the years has been "There's always room for one more," something Sandra's mother always said at their dinner table. It wasn't until later on in life that She learned her mother was in foster care, which spurred Sandra's desire to help others. At 72-years-old, she's still holding onto that motto....

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This Little Boy's Outfit Is Bringing The Internet So Much Joy

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This Little Boy's Outfit Is Bringing The Internet So Much Joy

He's an old soul!Twitter user and podcast host, @IndigoGloves, posted an adorable picture of a little boy in dress clothes that the internet can't get enough of - the jokes are unending. The little man is pictured at an event donning a white button-down, slacks, and suspenders, holding a biscuit with an uncanny resemblance to someone's uncle. Indigo Gloves captioned the post, "This baby greets people with a head nod and a 'Hey now how y'all,'" and the hilarity ensued. Little kids in dress clothes >>>>>>>> — A Fine Artist (@indigogloves) July 13, 2021 The post has now gained more...

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Philly Teen Who Navigated Diabetes, Being Unhoused, And Foster Care Gets Accepted To More Than 50 Colleges

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Philly Teen Who Navigated Diabetes, Being Unhoused, And Foster Care Gets Accepted To More Than 50 Colleges

She’s a walking, talking miracle. A Philadelphia teen who navigated diabetes, being unhoused, and foster care has beaten the odds, getting accepted to more than 50 colleges, Good Morning America reports. Destiny Jackson ran away from an abusive home in Philadelphia when she was only 13 years old.  “It was getting really out of control,” is all Jackson would say about that time in her life. After leaving, Jackson experienced homelessness, sleeping couch to couch until she began going in and out of foster care and group homes. “It was very rocky in the beginning,” Jackson recalled. Making matters even more complicated,...

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