- The first African-American fighter pilot Eugene Bullard has been honoured with a statue for his exploits
- Bullard was also known as the Black Swallow of Death and he was once a character in a novel written by Ernest Hemingway
- The event to unveil his statue was attended by Air Force officers, almost two dozen family members and several surviving members of the Tuskegee Airmen.
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A statue has been erected in honour of the first African American fighter pilot at the aviation museum in Georgia.
Eugene Bullard, also known as the Black Swallow of Death, is on record as the first African American fighter pilot to fly into combat.
Information available shows Bullard’s sister, Harriett Bullard White, wept with joy as she placed a wreath on the statue during a ceremony.
The event was attended by Air Force officers, almost two dozen family members and several surviving members of the Tuskegee Airmen.
Per a report by edition.cnn.com, the University of Georgia Press revealed that American writer, Ernest Hemingway based a minor character in his novel, The Sun Also Rises, on Bullard.
In the year 1959, the French government made him a Knight of the Legion of Honor, which is the nation's highest order and decoration.
In other news, an unidentified man has raised an issue of concern with respect to the behavior of his girlfriend.
Sharing his plight with a relationship coach known as Joro Olumofin, the man indicated that his girlfriend does not kneel to serve him food.
The reason he worries about this is that he noticed the girlfriend of his friend knelt down three times when bringing him cutlery.
He added that he has been dating his girlfriend for three years now and she sometimes asks him to fry his own eggs.
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