Veteran Voices: Tuskegee Airmen Share their Stories
This webinar features veterans from one of the most distinguished groups of aircrewmen in American history: the Tuskegee Airmen, the first African American pilots during WWII. Know for their stellar flying record and their distinctive aircraft, these Red Tails Angels broke barriers by fighting fascism abroad and prejudice at home. These courageous pilots encountered discrimination and racism, quieting doubters as they flew perilous bomber-escort missions over Europe, rarely losing a plane.
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