Clyde W. Tucker is an independent historian. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from the University of South Alabama. He is a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army and served in two branches of the military (the other being the Air Force). While in high school, during the civil rights struggle in the sixties, he got into a debate with a white student who asked, “what have black people ever done?” That question haunted him ever since. Years later, his wife who is conscience and a voracious reader of black history encouraged him to research and find out what Africans have contributed to world history. With an open, inquisitive mind, he has finally found the answer.
Jackson L. Davis III, M.D., is a retired Brigadier General in the Air National Guard. In his last assignment he was assistant to the command surgeon, Air Mobility Command, at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois from October 1996 to November 2000. He also served as the senior medical … Read MoreJackson L. Davis III (1944- )