Family, friends and admirers of Air Force Lt. Col. Luke Weathers, Jr., one of the original Tuskegee airmen, attend his burial ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery. A Congressional Gold Medal recipient, Weathers earned a Distinguished Flying Cross piloting P-51 and P-39 fighters while serving with the 332nd Fighter Group, a squadron known as the Red Tails, from 1942 to 1945. Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, Weathers named his plane "The Spirit of Beale Street."
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