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Cornelius Coffey
Cornelius Coffey (September 6, 1903 in Newport, Arkansas – 1994) was an African American aviator. He was the first African American to create a non-university-affiliated
Mar 20th 2017



Willa Brown
Training Program (CPTP), but also co-founded the Cornelius Coffey School of Aeronautics with Cornelius Coffey, which was the first private flight training
Apr 20th 2017



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Dunbar Vocational High School
basketball player for Hapoel Tel Aviv of the Israeli Premier League Cornelius CoffeyAmerican aviator "High School Code Search". College Board. Retrieved
Feb 20th 2017



Illinois Wing Civil Air Patrol
Rockfalls;and Group 22, headquartered in Lake In The Hills. IL332 - Cornelius Coffey Composite Squadron, as a CAP "School Program", reports directly to
Dec 20th 2016



Greene County–Lewis A. Jackson Regional Airport
license with instructor rating. Within a year he had joined forces with Coffey Cornelius Coffey to open Coffey and Jackson Flying School in Chicago. Later that year
Jan 25th 2017



Janet Bragg
a segregated black aviation school managed by John C. Robinson and Cornelius Coffey. She was the only woman in a class with 24 black men. In 1934 she provided
May 10th 2017



Quentin P. Smith
didn't give a tinker's damn if I ever left the ground." His friend Cornelius Coffey founded the Coffey School of Aeronautics in Chicago, and Smith had
Jul 31st 2016



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John Robinson (aviator)
and become pilots as well. Later, Robinson, along with his friend Cornelius Coffey formed the Challenger Air Pilots Association for African Americans
Jan 28th 2017



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Robbins, Illinois
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Feb 5th 2017



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