The Omega U Program and students of Potomac Senior High School of Prince William County were introduced and recognized by the 52nd Delegate Bro. Dr. Luke E. Torian and members of the House on February 22, 2019 in Richmond Virginia.


Pi Lambda Lambda (PLL), Third District, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. and the Omega U Program and students of Potomac Senior High visited the Virginia State Capitol on Friday February 22, 2019 to observe and learn about Virginia state politics. The Omega U Program received recognition from House floor with a brilliant introduction by Delegate Bro. Dr. Luke E. Torian.  Students were escorted by brothers of Pi Lambda Lambda from Potomac Senior High to Richmond where participants were able to watch house delegates in sessions as well as tour the Virginia State Capitol.

Omega U students were treated to meeting a living legend, Col. (ret) Porcher Taylor Jr. The Tuskegee Airmen were recognized on the floor of the Virginia House Delegates on February 22, 2019.  The Tuskegee Airmen are lobbying delegates to introduce a state holiday in the state of Virginia to recognize the Tuskegee Airmen in the month of February.

Col. (ret) Porcher Taylor Jr. enlisted in the Tuskegee Institute Reserve Officer Training Corps in 1949. Taylor was deployed in the Pacific Theater of the Korean War where he served with the 82nd Airborne Division. In 1971, Taylor became the first African American promoted to full colonel at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Taylor is one of few living Americans who served the United States in three major wars – World War II, Koran War and Vietnam War – in both the U.S. Navy and Army. He served in the Navy for three years and the Army for twenty-five years. In 1961, Taylor received his M.S. degree in counseling from Virginia State University (VSU), where he also served as president for student affairs and as director of counseling.

Pi Lambda Lambda is a graduate chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., an international nonprofit social and civic service organization that has over more than 700 chapters with 100,000 members in 14 countries worldwide.

Since the Chapter’s founding in Dumfries, VA, in January 2004, PLL has supported public and community events across the region, benefiting scholarship, health promotion, youth mentorship, citizenship and social action.  PLL has previously been named the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. International Chapter of the Year for three separate years since the Chapter’s founding. PLL is honored with this most prestigious honor bestowed by the fraternity.

Pi Lambda Lambda serves Prince William County, the City of Manassas, and Manassas Park.