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    Amy Laskowski

    Amy Laskowski is a senior writer at Boston University. She is always hunting for interesting, quirky stories around BU and helps manage and edit the work of BU Today’s interns. She did her undergrad at Syracuse University and earned a master’s in journalism at the College of Communication in 2015. Profile

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There are 4 comments on One of the Last Surviving Tuskegee Airmen on Being Part of Famous All-Black Air Squadron

  1. I would love to speak with him. I am from NJ and I’m an advocate for our history being taught. Especially because my family has served as well. It hits differently. Please contact me, as I’m hitting dead end circles. I am an activist and strongly believe if our people new more of what we have accomplished , our success our story

  2. We had the pleasure of not only meeting “Woody” but he commissioned my son into the Air Force on 4/30 this year @ Norwich University. This Saturday my son is saluting his great grandfather(WWII Vet also 104 yrs old sharp as a tack) for his 1st salute. No disrespect Mr. Woodhouse but would love it if you could join us for this historic personal moment.

  3. My name is Arlene Sampson, Atty Woodhouse is a good friend to my family, Rev Albert Sampson and Paul Sampson (deceased). I was a pretty feisty kid growing up until I meant him, and his firmness in telling me how much my mother and father loved me, among other things made me change my ways. We shared family moments together with aunts and cousins. Mr. Woodhouse is a very remarkable man and will always leave a lasting impression.

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