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(Ret) Captain John M. Bailey Jr. one of the first African American Delta Pilots

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Please join me for more African American aviation history highlighted during Black History Month!  Have you every wondered what it takes to become a commerical airline pilot?  How many Black pilots are flying for commerical airlines? Tune in and hear the history from one of the first African Amercan Captains for  Delta Air Lines 

John M. Bailey Jr.   served as  an  Officer in the  United States Air Force, during the Viet Nam War  and later flew as Captain for Delta Air Lines  for over 30 years, after retirement he became one of the co-founders of   Organization for Black Aerospace Professionals - OBAP and now Black Aviation Airline Pioneers BAAP Speaker Series.  This organization helps youth achieve their dreams in aerospace



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