Grand Living

Arnaldo Rodriguez (left) of Red Tail Memorial Chapter 136 presents an Air Force Association Community Partner plaque to Terri Osteen, senior executive director at Grand Living in Hernando. 

By becoming community partners like Grand Living, businesses help the Air Force Association fulfill its mission to promote a dominant United States Air Force and a strong national defense.

The Red Tail Memorial Chapter memorializes a World War II squadron of African American airmen who distinguished themselves primarily in P-51 Mustangs. It

draws its more than 400 members from Citrus, Alachua, Dixie, Levy, Marion, Sumter and parts of Lake and Putnam Counties.

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