One Of The Last Tuskegee Airmen Is Wants Cards For His 100th Birthday!

One of the last surviving Tuskegee Airmen is asking for birthday cards for his 100th birthday. Retired U. S. Army Air Force Sergeant Victor W. Butler is turning 100-years-old later this month and he’s only asking for one thing: birthday cards. Butler is amongst the last surviving Tuskegee Airmen, a group of primarily African American military pilots and airmen who served in World War II.

Butler turns 100 on May 21st. If you’d like to send him a birthday card, mail it to:

Victor W. Butler

C / O Gary Butler

P. O. Box. 3523

Cranston, RI 02910

Butler is expecting a bunch of cards, but says he’ll “read every one of them.”

Source: Southern Living

Photo: Getty Images


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