Under sunny blue skies on May 15, the National Capitol Squadron unveiled the commutative aircraft, Vultee BT-13, at the Andrews Air Force Base’s 2010 Joint Service Open House and Air Show.  This aircraft was used in training at the Tuskegee Army Air Field in 1943.  Unlike other commutative aircrafts, this aircraft was dedicated in honor of retired Gen. Benjamin O. Davis Jr. and retired Col. Charles E. McGee, whose names are inscribed on the plane’s right and left doors respectively. In 1943, Col. McGee – seen in this photo – spent most of his training time flying the TU-70 BT-13.  Col. McGee, who is a leading Tuskegee Airman, has flown in three combat missions, WWII and the Vietnam and Korea wars, with 1,151 cumulative combat mission hours. He still holds his pilot license and said he would ride co-pilot any day. Even thought the Blue Angles was the main attraction of the air show, many of the estimated 200,000 attendees met Col. McGee, received autographs and posed for photos.