Tuskegee Airmen


Master Sargent James A. Cotten,

These Black Fighter Pilots mattered

  The death of another of the Tuskegee Airmen refreshes their history as fighter pilots in World War II. Many may know of their aerial successes, but not as well known was segregationist actions which…


Past- Willa Brown and Present collage of today

Aviatrices past and present

Important Aviatrix from the Past Multiple Accomplishments by First Black Pilot International Women’s Institute asks for gender neutral FARs     Yes, the first pilots and their mechanic were white males. Attitudes limited the entry…


RED TAILS’ HERITAGE IS RETAINED BY USAF

Air Force announces new jet will honor Tuskegee Airmen; the Boeing T-7A Red Hawk The Famed Mustang P-51 Red Tails inspire the Red Hawks Air Force Secretary makes announcement with Charles McGee The Boeing T-7A Red Hawk will…


VETERANS DAY—ALL WHO SERVED

  Local Tuskegee Airmen remembered Veterans Day is a day to honor those to have served America  The Tuskegee Airmen’s story    Having failed to post before 11/11, originally Armistice Day and now Veterans’ Day, this article on the 332nd fighter group of the U.S. Army Air Corps provided excellent content…