Honoring Tuskeegee Airmen on Veterans Day

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Happy Veterans Day to you–parade details are below.

A retired Army Colonel who heads a project that allows you to learn from the experience and wisdom of the nation’s veterans wants you to get involved by talking to your family members who served, preserving their stories for your family and the nation.

Click the media player below and listen to my “Access Indy with Kim Wells” conversation with Retired Colonel Karen Lloyd of the Veterans History Project to learn how you can help and why doing so is so important.

AUDIO (TOTAL RUNNING TIME: 11 MINS, 55 SECONDS) begins after a message from a valued tlcnaptown.com sponsor:

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The Indianapolis Veterans Day Parade begins at 11:45 a.m. downtown on Friday morning and rolls from Michigan Street at Pennsylvania Street. Salute Vets…and thank you for your service and sacrifice.

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