This is what I found on DAILYCALLER.COM:
Century-old Tuskegee Airman Charles McGee saluted President Donald Trump during Tuesday’s State of the Union address, following that salute with finger gun and a smile.
Trump introduced McGee after first speaking about his grandson, a young man whose dream was to become a part of the newly-created United States Space Force.
McGee, who attended the speech in a neatly-pressed dress uniform, stood up as he was introduced. He snapped to attention and saluted the Commander-in-Chief — then offered a smile and a finger gun.
The US Airforce released the following video about McGee, who describes his service.
The video description reads: “In December 2019, Tuskegee Airman Charles McGee was given an honorary promotion from Colonel to Brigadier General. Gen McGee was a special guest at the 2020 State of the Union Address on February 4, and the president pinned his stars in the oval office earlier that day. Here is his story.”
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