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Julius Freeman

Julius Freeman is one of the Documented Original Tuskegee Airmen (DOTA).

Freeman attended the 10th. annual Tuskegee Tuition Assistance Dinner Dance hosted by the Major General Irene Trowell-Harris Chapter of Tuskegee Airmen, Inc. in January, 2008. Retired Major General Irene Trowell-Harris was present along with several original Tuskegee Airmen: Willie Jackson, Isaiah Edward Robinson and William Wheeler.[1]

Freeman attended the 2007 annual College Now summer awards ceremony at York College in Jamaica, New York along with eight original Tuskegee Airmen: Dr. Roscoe Brown Jr., Lt. Col. Lee Archer, Maj. Victor Terrelonge, Lt. William Wheeler, Maj. Humphrey Patton, Lt. Col. Floyd Carter, Richard Brathwaite and Carl Finley.[2]

Freeman accepted a Congressional Gold Medal at a ceremony at St. Phillips Pentecostal Church in Harlem along with three original Tuskegee Airmen: Reginald T. Brewster, Alton Burton, and Frederick Lawrence. Freeman was too ill to attend the Congressional Gold Medal Ceremony on March 29, 2007 to honor Tuskegee Airmen at the Capitol Rotunda in Washington, D.C.[3]


  1. ^ . Retrieved 2009-01-04.Hudson Valley Press OnlineChuck Stewart, Jr. (February 6, 2008). "Tuskegee Airmen Annual Scholarship Dinner".
  2. ^ Historical Tuskegee Airmen Visit York College
  3. ^ . Retrieved 2009-01-04.New York PostDaniel Friedman, Neil Graves (July 2, 2007). "Tuskegee 4 Get Medals".
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