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Lowell Bell Was Nominated By The My Black Colorado Community To Be Featured

 

Featured Nominee
Tuskeegee Airman

Lowell Bell

Colonel Lowell Nell
Veteran | 24 years in the u.s. Air force

 

He entered USAF Pilot Training in 1955. With over twenty-four years Colonel Bell served his country. He was recognized with numerous awards and decorations including the Legion of Merit; the Distinguish Flying Cross; The Bronze Star Medal; The Meritorious Service Medal with one Cluster; The Air medal with 4 Clusters; the Joint Service Commendation Medal; The Air Force Outstanding Unit Award; the National Defense Service Medal; the Expert Marksmanship Award; the Vietnamese Service Medal; Air Force Long Gevity Service Award along with several others awards and decorations. He amassed over 6,000 flying hours in some 23 different airframes.

Featuring 63 Black Military Members in Colorado (Active & Veterans)

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