The Legacy Continues

What a life, what a man, what a legacy. Our hero passed away in November of 2015.  I met Dr. Crenchaw through introduction by Willie Smith and Edmond Davis as a result of a Radio Show, Educational Perspectives, that I founded and was hosting on 88.3 KABF Community Radio in

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High Profile Cloverdale Students

Eight Cloverdale Middle School students were chosen as the inaugural class of civilian cadets for Dr. Milton P. Crenchaw’s Training Academy and featured in the High Profile section of Sunday’s Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. (Photos provided by Helaine Williams/Arkansas Democrat-Gazette) The students were sworn in by Col. J. Dryjanski, USAF 314th Wing

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Crenchaw memorialized at Arkansas Capitol

Crenchaw memorialized at Arkansas Capitol Arkansas lawmakers and officials are celebrating the legacy Milton Pitts Crenchaw, a flight instructor who trained the first African-Americans to fly combat airplanes in World War II. Dozens gathered at the state Capitol Tuesday for a memorial ceremony for Crenchaw. Crenchaw was an Arkansas native

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