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(From McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Tampa Tribune, Fla)
Byline: Ray Reyes
TAMPA -- As brass instruments played rapid-fire notes that suggested two airplanes engaged in a dogfight, George Hardy couldn't help but flash back to his days as a cadet.
"We were always marching and singing," said Hardy, 86, a member of the famed Tuskegee Airmen. "We were young and not afraid of anything then."
Hardy and fellow Tuskegee aviator George Brown were in the audience at MacDill Air Force Base when members of the United States Air Force Band rolled into town for a rare public performance.
One of the songs played by the 50-member Ceremonial Brass …