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Tuskegee Airman Gets Wish to Help Dyslexic Students | AARP | aarp.org

In his 97 years, Frank Macon has overcome dyslexia, was one of the original Tuskegee airmen, spent a career working at a military facility, raised a family, cowrote an autobiography and was awarded one of the nation’s highest honors. But he said he might be proudest of being inducted into the hall of fame — at his high school….

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