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February is Black History Month, which means 84-year-old Dabney Montgomery has a heavy schedule

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Dabney Montgomery sitting at home with his medal (Photo by Neanda Salvaterra)

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Dabney Montgomery with his medal (Photo by Neanda Salvaterra)

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Dabney Montgomery is interviewed by Larry Crowe (Photo by Neanda Salvaterra)

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Dabney and Amelia Montgomery watch a football game (Photo by Neanda Salvaterra)

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Dabney Montgomery is interviewed by Larry Crowe (Photo by Neanda Salvaterra)

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As recipient in 2007 of a Congressional Gold Medal for his service with the Tuskegee Airmen in World War II, 84-year-old Dabney Montgomery has had a heavy speaking schedule around the country. But this month, which happens to be Black History Month, he's in especially heavy demand.


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