Tuskegee Airman

November 15, 2013
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Mission Hill resident Enoch Woodhouse, who became a “Tuskegee Airman,” one of the first African American pilots in the U.S. military, (center) accepts a certificate inducting him into the English High School Hall of Fame from alumnus Henry Russell (left) and EHS Association President Michael Thomas (right) at the annual alumni awards Oct. 24 at The Lantana in Randolph. (Photo by Patrick E. O’Connor)

Mission Hill resident Enoch Woodhouse, who became a “Tuskegee Airman,” part of the first African American pilot corps  in the U.S. military, (center) accepts a certificate inducting him into the English High School Hall of Fame from alumnus Henry Russell (left) and EHS Association President Michael Thomas (right) at the annual alumni awards Oct. 24 at The Lantana in Randolph. (Photo by Patrick E. O’Connor)

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