CQ Brown, Jr.: I’ve met James Harvey. He’s – You know, he’s in his 90s. He’s a fireball and quite impressive just talking to him about his experience, particularly in gunnery competitions back in 1949 that they won. They’ve been an inspiration to me, and I would say probably more so after I came into the Air Force. I was probably aware of the Tuskegee Airmen, but not as much as I am – or once I came into the Air Force, and more and more throughout my career as I’ve been able to engage and meet original Tuskegee Airmen and be able to talk to them and listen to their stories. The more and more I listen to them – I guess the older I get the more inspired I get because I’ve had a chance to engage with so many of them. But, at the same time, knowing that so many of them are passing away. That – And, matter of fact, I spoke at Charles McGee’s memorial service here about three weeks ago. Another Airman, he lived to be 102, and he – Actually, a record-breaking fighter pilot because he’s got more combat missions than almost any fighter pilot in the United States Air Force, over 400. So, quite impressive and flew during World War II, Korea, and Vietnam.