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Tuskegee Airmen

Chapter Locations
Dedications
Hometown (Not completed yet)
Training Location
WII Operation Bases
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Scott AFB, IL Library
Tuskegee Airmen Conference Room Dedicated 17 Apr 2009 by Hugh J White and Lewis Lynch (pending) chapters
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Lewis Lynch Chapter
The Lewis Lynch Chapter formed May 2008
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Hugh J White Chapter
2800 Olive Street
St Louis, 63103
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Bolling AFB
Washington, DC, United States
4/3/2007 - BOLLING AFB, D.C. -- Fifteen original Tuskegee Airmen cut the ribbon at the 11th Wing Tuskegee Room dedication at the Bolling Clubs March 28.



http://www.bolling.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123047277
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Harry T. Stewart Jr
Newport News, VA
Newport News, Virginia, US
Stewart, Harry T., Jr. 44-F-SE 6/27/1944 2nd Lt. 0835330 Corona NY
Birth Year : 1924
Harry T. Stewart, Jr. was born in Newport News, Virginia. In 1948, Stewart, a decorated member of the Tuskegee
Airmen, was sighted falling from the eastern Kentucky sky by 9-year-old Callie Daniels, who mistook his parachute
for a white eagle. Stewart's P-47 fighter plane crashed into a hilltop in Butcher Hollow, and Stewart landed beneath
a rock cliff. His leg was broken in two places. Young Callie's father, Lafe, found Stewart and took him to the house
where his wife, Mary Daniels, cleaned and bandaged Stewart's leg. Stewart was given moonshine, which he
mistook for water, to help ease the pain; afterwards he was able to be taken to the Paintsville Clinic, where
members of the U. S. Air Force would later arrive to transport him to Ohio. Over the years, the story was told that
the Air Force shot down a B-52 bomber that had been stolen by a black man. Stewart was actually on a simulated
armed reconnaissance from Columbus, OH, to Greenville, SC, when his plane had engine failure and he had to
bail out. For more see L. Mueller, "WWII Pilot to Revisit Site of Kentucky Crash - Over Van Lear, Tuskegee Pilot
Bailed Out in '48," Lexington Herald-Leader, 07/06/05.

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East Coast Chapter
District of Columbia
District of Columbia, US
It is the mission of the East Coast Chapter of Tuskegee Airmen, Inc. to bring together, in a spirit of friendship and goodwill, all persons who share in the aspirations and successes of the men and women who pioneered in military aviation and in the Tuskegee Experience. We are dedicated to fostering recognition of, and preserving the history of, Black achievements in aviation, and to inspiring and motivating young men and women toward endeavors in aviation and aerospace careers.


http://www.ecctai.com/
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Central Chapter
Detroit, MI
Detroit, Michigan, US
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Tuskegee Airman National Historical Museum
6325 W Jefferson Ave
Detroit, MI, United States
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West Coast Chapter
Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles, California, US
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Chicago Chapter
Chicago, IL
Chicago, Illinois, US
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Hiram College
6832 Hinsdale St
Hiram, OH, United States
Modeling Future heros - A Value System for Leadership Derived from World Heroes Peace
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North Coast Chapter
P.O.Box 221121
Cleveland, OH 44122, US
216-241-8060
P.O. Box 221121
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Archer Lee Andrew (ACE)
Yonkers, NY
Yonkers, New York, US
Archer, Lee A., Jr. 43-G-SE 7/28/1943 2nd Lt. 0809236 New York NY
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Farjouna, Tunisia
Tunisia
, TN
May 31, 1943: the 99th Fighter Squadron arrived at Farjouna in Tunisia, attached to the 33rd Fighter Group, flying P-40s.
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99th FG and El Haouria
The 99th joined the 324th Fighter Group in El Haouria on June 29, 1943
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Bomber Training Base
Selfridge Air National Guard Base
, United States
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Tuskegee Airmen Historical Monument
4742 Ray Boll Blvd, Atterbury-bakalar Air Museum
Columbus, IN 47203, US
Tuskegee Airman of the 618th and 619th Bomb Squadrons (M) of the 477th Bomb Group (M) in training at Atterbury Army Air Field in Columbus Indiana during World War II
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Bomber Training Base
4742 Ray Boll Blvd, Atterbury-bakalar Air Museum
Columbus, IN 47203, US
Tuskegee Airman of the 618th and 619th Bomb Squadrons (M) of the 477th Bomb Group (M) in training at Atterbury Army Air Field in Columbus Indiana during World War II
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Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site (U.S. National Park Service) - Moton Field
1727 Chief Anderson St
Tuskegee, AL, United States
In the spring of 1941, the first African-American enlisted men began training to become maintainers and the first thirteen pilot candidates entered training. Progress was slow; it was not until September 2, that Captain Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., became the first Negro to solo an aircraft as a U.S. Army Air Corps officer. On March 7, 1942, young black pilots stood at attention on Tuskegee's airstrip, for induction into the U.S. Army Air Corps. Eight days later the 100th Fighter Squadron was established as a part of the 332nd Fighter Group.

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Harry Stewart
Butcher Hollow, KY 41265
Kentucky, US
In 1948, Stewart, a decorated member of the Tuskegee
Airmen, was sighted falling from the eastern Kentucky sky by 9-year-old Callie Daniels, who mistook his parachute
for a white eagle. Stewart's P-47 fighter plane crashed into a hilltop in Butcher Hollow, and Stewart landed beneath
a rock cliff. His leg was broken in two places. Young Callie's father, Lafe, found Stewart and took him to the house
where his wife, Mary Daniels, cleaned and bandaged Stewart's leg. Stewart was given moonshine, which he
mistook for water, to help ease the pain; afterwards he was able to be taken to the Paintsville Clinic, where
members of the U. S. Air Force would later arrive to transport him to Ohio. Over the years, the story was told that
the Air Force shot down a B-52 bomber that had been stolen by a black man. Stewart was actually on a simulated
armed reconnaissance from Columbus, OH, to Greenville, SC, when his plane had engine failure and he had to
bail out. For more see L. Mueller, "WWII Pilot to Revisit Site of Kentucky Crash - Over Van Lear, Tuskegee Pilot
Bailed Out in '48," Lexington Herald-Leader, 07/06/05.
Notable Kentucky African Americans -
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Roy Chappell 1921-2002
Briar Creek Park Rd
Williamsburg, Kentucky, US
Roy Chappell, a Tuskegee Airman, was born in Williamsburg, KY. Chappell attended high school in Monroe, Michigan; he was the only African American in his graduating class. He next attended Kentucky State College [now Kentucky State University] where he majored in chemistry; he left school his junior year to join the service during World War II. His aviation career began when he was a volunteer with the 477th Bombardment Group, and he later served at Godman Field at Fort Knox, KY. He participated in the Freedman Field Mutiny when 104 African American officers protested for equal treatment in the military. After his military service, Chappell settled in Chicago. He graduated from Roosevelt College [now Roosevelt University] and taught elementary school for 30 years; he was also a post office supervisor
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Roy M. Chappell Community Education Center
400 University Dr
Frankfort, KY 40601, US
Notable Kentucky African Americans
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Chappell, Willa B. 1906-1992
Glasgow, KY
Glasgow, Kentucky, US
Willa Chappell was born in Glasgow, KY. She left Kentucky for Gary, Indiana, and graduated from Indiana State Teachers College [now Indiana State University], working as a school teacher before becoming a pilot. Chappell settled in Chicago. She was the first African American woman to become licensed as a pilot in the U.S., and the first African American in the Civil Air Patrol. Chappell founded the National Airmen Association of America, and trained more than 200 students who became Tuskegee pilots. She and her husband, Cornelius Coffy, owned and operated the first flight school for African Americans. For more see Willa Brown and Willa Brown Chappell, websites created and maintained by the Aviation Museum of Kentucky; and K. Heise, "Willa Chappell, pioneer Black pilot," Chicago Tribune, 07/21/1992, Chicagoland section, p. 9.
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Young, Eddie L. 1923-
Jenkins, KY
Jenkins, Kentucky, US
Young, Eddie Lee 46-B-SE 5/14/1946 Unknown Unknown Unknown
Born in the coal camps of Jenkins, KY, Young is the father of Michelle Y. Green, author of the Willie Pearl Series. Eddie Young was a Tuskeegee Airman and one of the first African American pilots to fly in Korea and Vietnam. Green's book in progress, High Flight, is based on her father's life.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michelle_Y._Green
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CMSgt Fred Archer Chapter
1500 E. Valencia
Tucson, Arizona, US
(520) 206-0252
http://www.everworld.com/tuskegee/
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Tidewater Chapter of Tuskegee Airmen, Inc
VA 23665, US
The Tidewater Chapter of Tuskegee Airmen, Inc. is proud to proclaim and continue the legacy of the famed Tuskegee Airmen, the thousands of men and women who served our country during World World II and beyond in the 99th, 100th, 301st, and 302nd Fighter Squadrons, comprising the 332nd Fighter Group, the 477th Bombardment Group, and their Support Groups.
http://www.tidewater-tai.org/
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Tuskegee Airmen, Inc HQ
P.O. Box 9166
Arlington, VA 22219, US
Tuskegee Airmen, Inc. (TAI) is a non-profit organization with 53 chapters nationwide dedicated to:

1. Honoring the accomplishments and perpetuating the history of African-Americans who participated in air crew, ground crew and operations support training in the Army Air Corps during WWII.

2. Introducing young people across the nation to the world of aviation and science through local and national programs such as Young Eagles and TAI youth programs.

3. Providing annual scholarships and awards to deserving individuals, groups and corporations whose deeds lend support to TAI's goals. TAI also gives awards to deserving cadets in the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps.

http://www.tuskegeeairmen.org/
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Red Tail Project
182 W Division St
River Falls, WI 54022, US
The Red Tail Project, part of the Commemorative Air Force, was founded to keep spreading that message and exposing people to the extraordinary gentlemen who set such an inspirational example. Through the restoration of a P-51C Mustang christened “Tuskegee Airmen” the project did just what project leader Don Hinz had dreamed – “Inspire youth and tell the story of the Tuskegee Airmen all across America” – as the airplane became a major draw for people at air shows and other venues.

http://www.redtail.org/
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Wood, Carol 1919 - 2007
Valdosta, GA
Valdosta, Georgia, US
Woods, Carrol S. 43-H-SE 8/30/1943 2nd Lt. 0811294 Valdosta GA

He was a distinguished Tuskegee Airmen who flew more than 100 missions before retiring from the United States Air Force. Major Woods later attended Tuskegee Institute. His employment included Tuskegee University, and he ended his full-time working career at Alabama State University.
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Quentin Smith
C
East Chicago, IL, US
Smith, Quentin P. 45-A-TE 3/11/1945 2nd Lt. 0841274 East Chicago IL
http://www.tuskegeeairmen.org/uploads/SmithShared.pdf
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Lewis J. Lynch 1922 - 2007
Cincinnati, OH
Cincinnati, Ohio, US
Lynch, Lewis 44-F-SE 6/27/1944 2nd Lt. 0835328 Columbus OH
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Linclon University Hall of Fame - Captin Wendell O. Pruitt
820 Chestnut St
Jefferson City, MO 65101, US
Wendell O. Pruitt will be inducted posthumously into the LU Alumni Hall of
Fame at their annual convention on July 25, 2009 in Memphis, TN

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=22511
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Wendell O. Pruitt 1920 -1945
2101 Lucas and Hunt Rd
St Louis, MO, United States
St Peters Bethany Cemetery

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=22511
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Pruitt Military Academy - wendell O. Pruitt
1212 N 22nd St
St Louis, MO 63106, US
Pruitt Military Academy Nam
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Mural Dedicated to Black Aviaitors
Lambert-St Louis International Airport, Missouri
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Veterans Memorial Museum - P51
1250 Country Music Blvd
Branson, MO 65616, US
P51 Mustang Branson MO Veterans War Memorial

http://www.veteransmemorialbranson.com/inside.html
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2009 Convention
2411 W Sahara Ave
Las Vegas, NV, United States
Palace Station Hotel-2411 West Sahara Avenue-Las Vegas, NV 89102
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2008 Convention
Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US
37th National Convention, Philadelphia, PA, July 17-20, 2008
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2005 Convention
Orlando, FL
Orlando, Florida, US
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1996 Convention
Seattle, WA
Seattle, Washington, US
25th National Convention of the Tuskegee Airmen in Seattle, WA
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Tuskegee Airmen Exhibit - U.S. Air Force Museum
1100 Spaatz St
Wright Ptrsn Afb, OH, United States
http://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil
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2007 Convention
1501 Gaylord Trail
Grapevine, TX 76051, US
36th Annual Tuskegee Airmen
National Convention
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2006 Convention
Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, Arizona, US
35th Annual Tuskegee Airmen
National Convention
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2006 Convention
Phoenix, AZ
Phoenix, Arizona, US
35th Annual Tuskegee Airmen
National Convention
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2000/2010 Convention
San Antonio, TX
San Antonio, Texas, US
29th Convention
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Airpark dedication honors Tuskegee Airmen
Luke AFB, Sun City, AZ
Sun City, Arizona, US
Luke AFB AZ http://www.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123024554
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Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington, VA, United States
Benjamin O. Davis, Jr, Gen
Lewis Lynch - Major
Robert Lawrance
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Tuskegee Airmen Memorial - Lackland AFB, Texas
TX, US
http://www.waymarking.com/waymarks/WM3CRJ

Tuskegee Airmen plaque located adjacent to the parade field at Lackland Air Force Base
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Tuskegee Airmen Memorial Trail
Fayette County, Kentucky
Kentucky, US
A 23-mile stretch of Interstate 75 in Fayette County is now designated the " Tuskegee Airmen Memorial Trail
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Sumner High School
4248 Cottage Ave
St Louis, MO, United States
Sumner High School’s New Athletic Facility: Tuskegee Airmen Field

http://stlouiscore.com/?p=1067
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Iowa Tuskegee Airmen Memorial
On Saturday, November 9, 2002 the Iowa Tuskegee Airmen Memorial was dedicated at the Iowa Air National Guard, 132nd Fighter Wing on the North side of the Des Moines International Airport before 300 guests.
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Tuskegee Airmen Memorial Highway
Interstate 70
Denver, Colorado, US
I-70 between Brighton Blvd and Tower Road as the "Tuskegee Airmen Memorial Highway.”
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World War II Memorial
The World War II Memorial honors the 16 million who served in the armed forces of the U.S., the more than 400,000 who died, and all who supported the war effort from home.


http://www.voanews.com/english/archive/2004-06/a-2004-06-01-36-1.cfm?moddate=2004-06-01
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Tuskegee Monument - Antelope Park
Antelope Park, Lincoln, NE
Lincoln, Nebraska, US
There’s a new monument in the heartland to a group of American heroes.

Lincoln dedicated a new memorial to the Tuskegee Airmen.

It's part of a new veterans’ garden at Antelope Park.

The Tuskegee Airmen were an all-black unit of pilots during world war two.

Several Tuskegee veterans were there to help unveil the monument Saturday.

"A final recognition of the trial and tribulations that the Tuskegee Airmen went through to prove that the blacks could fly, and had the brains," says Harrison Tull, Tuskegee airman.

The Tuskegee monument has been in the planning stages for four years.

Nebraska State Vietnam War Memorial, Veterans Memorial Garden, Antelope Park, Lincoln, Nebraska
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Statue of Maj. Charles B. Hall-Oklahoma History Center
2401 N Laird Ave
Oklahoma City, OK, United States
http://newsok.com/article/3121082/1189311728
http://www.tuskegeeairmen.org/uploads/StatueUnveiled.pdf
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Coleman Young City Airport
Coleman A Young Municipal Airport
, US
Coleman A. Young International Airport (IATA: DET, ICAO: KDET), commonly known as Detroit City Airport, is a municipal airport in Detroit, Michigan.
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Davis Aerospace Technical High School
10200 Erwin St
Detroit, MI 48234, US
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General Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. Aviation High School
4101 N Marginal Rd
Cleveland, OH 44114, US
The Benjamin O. Davis Jr. Aviation High School reflects the cultural diversity of the Cleveland Public School District and the community and is interested in promoting women and minority interest in aeronautics.
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GEN. BENJAMIN O. DAVIS JR. 1912 - 2002
Washington, DC, US
Benjamin O. Davis Jr. was born in Washington, D.C., in 1912

Davis, Benjamin O., Jr. 42-C-SE 3/6/1942 Capt. 020146 Tuskegee AL

General Davis died on July 4, 2002

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benjamin_O._Davis_Jr.
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Tuskegee Airmen Statue at Air force Academy
Air Force Academy, Colorado
Colorado, US
Thanks to Kathy Pace who Great Uncle James Hall was a Tuskegee Airmen -- Near the Chapel
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Tuskegee airmen.(332nd Air Expeditionary Wing, Balad Air Base, Iraq)
Balad, Salah ad Din Governorate, IQ
The 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing is the most forward deployed Air Force wing in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Its heritage is tied to the famous 332nd Fighter Group led by the Tuskegee Airmen in World War II.

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Boeing Plaza - Aerospace Walk of Honor
Sierra Hwy & W Lancaster Blvd
Lancaster, CA 93534, US
Tuskegee Airmen Plaque
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Tuskegee Airmen - Congressional Medal - Capitol Rotunda
100 Constitution Ave NE
Washington, DC, United States
March 29 2007 - President Bush saluted the Tuskegee airmen on Thursday, six decades after they completed their World War II mission and returned home to a country that discriminated against them because they were black.
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Tuskegee Chapter
Tuskegee, AL, US
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Judge Robert Decatur Chapter
North Little Rock, AR, US
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Archer-Ragsdale Az Chapter
Phoenix, AZ, US
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Cental Coast Chapter
Lompoc, CA, US
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Los Angeles Chapter
Los Angeles, CA, US
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Buford A. Johnson Chapter
Riverside, CA, US
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George S. “Spanky” Roberts
Sacramento, CA, US
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Gen. B.O. Davis Chapter
San Diego, CA, US
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William "Bill" Campbell Chapter
San Francisco, CA, US
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Lee A. Archer Chapter
Fairfield, CA, US
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Hubert L. “Hooks” Jones Chapter
Denver, CO, US
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John H. Porter-First State 
Dover, DE, US
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Lt.Gen. John D. Hopper, Jr. Chapter
Tampa, FL, US
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Gen. Daniel  “Chappie” James Chapter
Orlando, FL, US
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 Atlanta  Chapter
Atlanta, GA, US
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MGen. Joseph A. McNeil Chapter
Warner Robins, GA, US
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Nancy Colon-Charles Dryden Chapter
Augusta, GA, US
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Chicago “DODO” Chapter
Chicago, IL, US
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Indianapolis Chapter
Indianapolis, IN, US
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BGen. Noel F. Parrish Chapter
Lexington-Fayette, KY, US
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New England Chapter
Boston, MA, US
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Charles E. McGee Chapter
Waltham, MA, US
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Detroit Chapter
Detroit, MI, US
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Fallen Comrade! - Tuskegee Airmen Sculpture
12500 Crystal Mountain Dr
Thompsonville, MI 49683, US
David Greenwood’s “Fallen Comrade” is a full-scale abstraction of a P-51 Mustang fighter plane – the World War II aircraft most associated with the Tuskegee Airmen. It will be a substantial piece 30-feet long, six feet high with a 20-foot wing span. The fighter plane recognizes these highly-decorated African-American aviators, who despite their success were segregated from the rest of the U.S. Armed forces. It also symbolizes the contributions of Detroit’s Big Three automakers who built nearly $29 billion worth of war-related items through the federally-funded Defense Plant Corporation.
http://www.michlegacyartpark.org/news_detail.asp?ID=26

http://www.michlegacyartpark.org/news_detail.asp?ID=23
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Thomas L. Washington Chapter
Lansing, MI, US
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Col. Lawrence E. Roberts Chapter
Biloxi, MS, US
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Heart of America Chapter
Kansas City, MO, US
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James B. Knighten Chapter
Las Vegas, NV, US
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Alfonza W. Davis Chapter
Omaha, NE, US
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Hannibal Cox Chapter
Wrightstown, NJ, US
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Hannibal Cox Chapter
Wrightstown, NJ, US
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Gen. Lloyd "Fig" Newton Chapter
Albuquerque, NM, US
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Tuskegee Airmen Ave
Tuskegee Airmen Ave
Trenton, NJ 08641, US
Located on McGuire AFB, NJ
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Tuskegee Airmen Rd
Tuskegee Airmen Rd
Columbus, OH 43217, US
Located at Rickenbacker Int'l Airport
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Tuskegee Airmen Dr
Tuskegee Airmen Dr
Vandalia, OH 45377, US
Located on James M Cox Dayton Int'l Airpot
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Chappie James Ave
Chappie James Ave
Tuskegee, AL 36083, US
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Calvin Spann -Aviation Hall of Fame
400 Fred Wehran Dr
Teterboro, NJ, United States
His DVD http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1109471/
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Conrad DeSandies with Tuskegee Airmen Palque
Englewood, NJ, US
installed on the Liberty Monument
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George Roberts - Murals in Wells Fargo Bank
10507 Gravelly Lake Dr SW
Lakewood, WA 98499, US
Look up and you can see the 1938 May Day celebration at Visitation Villa Academy. There’s Madera, Camp Lewis and a horse-drawn delivery wagon from Hill Hardware, circa 1908. There’s the Lakewood Theater in 1941, Mount Rainier in 1910 and George Roberts, a member of the Tuskegee Airmen and, later, a credit officer with Wells Fargo.
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Tuskegee Airmen Art Mural
Chestnut St & S 39th St
Philadelphia, PA 19104, US
Mural Arts Program Celebrates 3000th
Mural
A new mural, honoring the Tuskegee Airmen, will be dedicated Sunday.

The mural pays homage to the Tuskegee Airmen and their message of perseverance to rise above adversity, racism, and unfair training and performance expectations in the U.S. Armed Forces.

The mural will be dedicated at 2pm Sunday at 39th and Chestnut Streets. The lead artist on the project was New Orleans muralist Marcus Akinlana.

Work began on the mural last summer. Art instructors worked with students to develop their artistic skills by creating individual portfolio pieces. They also participated in an interview and portrait project, depicting some of the original Tuskegee Airmen in the Philadelphia area. They worked with artist Marcus Akinlana to create 3D relief elements to be incorporated in to a large scale mural.

At each Mural Academy site, students worked in teams of approximately 5 students. Each team created large-scale portraits of local Tuskegee Airmen based on interviews and photographs they conducted.

The Mural Arts Program is the nation's largest mural program. Since 1984, the Mural Arts Program has created over 3,000 murals and works of public art, which are now part of Philadelphia's civic landscape and a source of inspiration to the thousands of residents and visitors who encounter them, earning Philadelphia international recognition as the "City of Murals." The Mural Arts Program engages over 100 communities each year in the transformation of neighborhoods through the mural-making process. The Mural Arts Program's award-winning, free art education programs annually serve nearly 2,000 youth at sites throughout the city and at-risk teens through education outreach programs. The Program also serves adult offenders in local prisons and rehabilitation centers, using the restorative power of art to break the cycle of crime and violence in our communities.

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MGen Irene Trowell-Harris Chapter
Newburgh, NY
Newburgh, New York, US
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Claude B Govan Chapter
Springfield, New York
New York, US
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Wilson V. Eagleson Chapter
Goldsboro, N Carolina
Goldsboro, North Carolina, US
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Heart of Caroline Chapter
Morrisville, N Carolina
Morrisville, North Carolina, US
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Greater Cincinnati Chapter
Cincinnati, OH
Cincinnati, Ohio, US
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Ohio Memorial
Columbus, OH
Columbus, Ohio, US
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Mac Ross Chapter
Dayton, OH
Dayton, Ohio, US
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Charles B Hill Jr Chapter
Oklahoma City, OK
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, US
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Greater Philadelphia Chapter
Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US
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Spann Watson Chapter
Columbia, S Carolina
Columbia, South Carolina, US
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Hiram E Mann Chapter
Walterboro, S Carolina
Walterboro, South Carolina, US
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Memphis Chapter
Memphis, Tennessee
Tennessee, US
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Claude R Platte Chapter
Dallas, TX
Dallas, Texas, US
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San Antonio Chapter
San Antonio, TX
San Antonio, Texas, US
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Howard Baugh Chapter
Petersburg, VA
Petersburg, Virginia, US
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U.S. Virgin Islands
, VI
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Sam Bruce Chapter
Seattle, WA
Seattle, Washington, US
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West Virginia State Un Chapter
West Virginia State University
Institute, WV, United States
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Adams, John Jr
Kansas City, KS
Kansas City, Kansas, US
Adams, John H., Jr. 45-B-SE 4/15/1945 2nd Lt. 0842588 Kansas City KS
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Adams, Paul
Greenville, S Carolina
Greenville, South Carolina, US
Adams, Paul 43-D-SE 4/29/1943 2nd Lt. 0801160 Greenville SC
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Adkins, Rutherford H.
Alexandria, VA
Alexandria, Virginia, US
Adkins, Rutherford H. 44-I-1-SE 10/16/1944 2nd Lt. 0838152 Alexandria VA
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Adkins, Winston A.
Chicago, IL
Chicago, Illinois, US
Adkins, Winston A. 44-B-TE 2/8/1944 2nd Lt. 0821901 Chicago IL
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Alexander, Halbert L. & Alexander, Harvey R.
Georgetown, IL
Georgetown, Illinois, US
Alexander, Halbert L. 44-I-SE 11/20/1944 2nd Lt. 0839082 Georgetown IL
Alexander, Harvey R. 44-D-TE 4/15/1944 2nd Lt. 0828041 Georgetown IL
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Alexander, Robert R.
Harrisburg, PA
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, US
Alexander, Robert R. 43-F-SE 6/30/1943 2nd Lt. 0805590 Harrisburg PA
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Alexander, Walter G.
Orange, NJ
Orange, New Jersey, US
Alexander, Walter G. 45-D-SE 6/27/1945 2nd Lt. 0842999 Orange NJ
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Allen, Carl V.
Bronx, New York, NY
New York, New York, US
Allen, Carl V. 46-C-SE 6/28/1946 2nd Lt. 02102108 Bronx NY
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Allen, Clarence W.
Mobile, AL
Mobile, Alabama, US
Allen, Clarence W. 43-C-SE 3/25/1943 2nd Lt. 0798941 Mobile AL
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Allen, Walter H.
Kansas City, KS
Kansas City, Kansas, US
Allen, Walter H. 44-J-TE 12/28/1944 Flt. Officer T67978 Kansas City KS
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Alsbrook, William
Kansas City, KS
Kansas City, Kansas, US
Alsbrook, William N. 43-I-SE 10/1/1943 2nd Lt. 0814188 Kansas City KS
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Allen, Walter H.
Kansas City, KS
Kansas City, Kansas, US
Allen, Walter H. 44-J-TE 12/28/1944 Flt. Officer T67978 Kansas City KS/1
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Allison, James M.
Chicago, IL
Chicago, Illinois, US
Allison, James M. 46-C-TE 6/28/1946 2nd Lt. 02102114 Chicago IL&s=Gal HT
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Alston, William R.
Huntington, W Virginia
Huntington, West Virginia, US
Alston, William R. 44-I-SE 11/20/1944 2nd Lt. 0839083 Huntington WVHTTP/
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Anders, Emet R.
Carbondale, IL
Carbondale, Illinois, US
Anders, Emet R. 44-H-SE 9/8/1944 2nd Lt. 0838023 Carbondale IL
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Anderson, Paul T.
Woodbine, NJ, US
Anderson, Paul T. 44-I-I-TE 10/16/1944 1st Lt. 01294209 Woodbine NY HTTP
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Anderson, Rayfield A. & Anderson, Robert D.
Indianapolis, IN
Indianapolis, Indiana, US
Anderson, Rayfield A. 44-K-TE 2/1/1945 2nd Lt. 0841162 Indianapolis IN
Anderson, Robert D. 44-D-TE 4/15/1944 2nd Lt. 0828034 Indianapolis IN
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Armistead, Richard S. A.
Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US
Armistead, Richard S. A. 44-F-SE 6/27/1944 Flt. Officer T64272 Philadelphia PA<
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Armstrong, William P.
Providence, Rhode Isl
Providence, Rhode Island, US
Armstrong, William P. 44-H-SE 9/8/1944 Flt. Officer T66139 Providence RI
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Ashby, Robert
Jersey City, NJ
Jersey City, New Jersey, US
Ashby, Robert 45-H-TE 11/20/1945 2nd Lt. 0843351 Jersey City NJ
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Ashley, Willie
Sumter, S Carolina
Sumter, South Carolina, US
Ashley, Willie 42-F-SE 7/3/1942 2nd Lt. 0789641 Sumter SC
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Askins, Montro
Baltimore, MD
Baltimore, Maryland, US
Askins, Montro 44-K-SE 2/1/1945 2nd Lt. 0841156 Baltimore MD
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Audant, Ludovic
Port-au-Prince
, HT
Audant, Ludovic F. 44-B-SE 2/8/1944 Port au Prince Haiti
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Bailey, Charles P.
Punta Gorda, FL, US
Bailey, Charles P. 43-D-SE 4/29/1943 2nd Lt. 0801161 Punta Corda FL
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Bailey, Harry L.
Chicago, IL
Chicago, Illinois, US
Bailey, Harry L. 43-G-SE 7/28/1943 2nd Lt. 0809237 Chicago IL
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Bailey, Terry C.
Richmond, VA
Richmond, Virginia, US
Bailey, Terry C. 45-C-SE 5/23/1945 Flt. Officer T69972 Richmond VA
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World War II Memorial
Constitution Gardens, 17th Street
Washington, DC, United States
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I-85 the Tuskegee Airmen Memorial Highway
Gov. Bob Riley unveiled a huge green and white sign designating part of I-85 as the "Tuskegee Airmen Memorial Highway."
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Tomorrow's Aeronautical Museum
961 W Alondra Blvd
Compton, CA 90220, US
Several Airplanes named after Tuskegee Airmen.
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Roy Martis Chappell 1921-2002
Historical Maker - 2201
A Williamsburg native and Ky. State Univ. student, he was a World War II Tuskegee Airman and B-25 navigator and bombardier. He participated in the 1945 "Freemen Mutiny" where 101 black officers fought inequality by entering a segregated officers' club. This induced Pres. Truman to end military segregation three years later. Helped coordinate Experimental Aircraft Association Young Eagles program to introduce flight and careers in aviation to children. A teacher and guidance counselor, he received awards for his work with youths. He died Sept. 22, 2002, and is buried in Chicago
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Gomer, Joseph Philip (1920 - ) Iowa Falls, IA
Iowa Falls, IA
Iowa Falls, Iowa, US
Gomer, Joseph P. 43-E-SE 5/28/1943 2nd Lt. 0804552 Iowa Falls IA

A great web site from his daugther!!

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Capt. Charles B. Hall Honored By Hometown
Brazil, IN
Brazil, Indiana, US
Marble sculpture and street named after Capt. Charles B. Hall
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--Fighting for Democracy: Who is the “We” in “We, the People”? at the National World War II Museum
945 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA, United States
Speakers and exhbits on the Tuskegee Airmen
--Fighting for Democracy: Who is the “We” in “We, the People”?
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P51
2703 Battleship Pkwy
Mobile, AL, United States
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Fantasy of Flight
1400 Broadway Blvd. S.E.
Polk City, FL, United States
Working restored P51 and great exhibit dedication to the Tuskegee Airmen

http://www.tuskegeeairmen.org/uploads/FantasyofFlight.pdf
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Bailey William H.
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Bailey, William H. 45-E-SE 8/4/1945 2nd Lt. 0843102 Pittsburgh PA
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Baldwin, Henry Jr.
Philadelphia, PA, US
Baldwin, Henry Jr. 45-H-TE 11/20/1945 Flt. Officer T70554 Philadelphia PA
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Ballard, Alton F.
Pasadena, CA, US
Ballard, Alton F. 43-H-SE 8/30/1943 2nd Lt. 0811173 Pasadena CA NI
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Barksdale, James M.
Detroit, MI, US
Barksdale, James M. 46-A-SE 3/23/1946 Flt. Officer T149986 Detroit MI
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Barland, Herbert C.
Chicago, IL, US
Barland, Herbert C. 44-H-SE 9/8/1944 2nd Lt. 01168159 Chicago IL
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Barnes, Gentry E.
Lawrenceville, IL, US
Barnes, Gentry E. 44-D-SE 4/15/1944 2nd Lt. 0828045 Lawrenceville IL
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Barnett, Herman A.
Lockhart, TX, US
Barnett, Herman A. 45-E-SE 8/4/1945 Flt. Officer T70221 Lockhart TX
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Bartley, William R.
Jacksonville, FL, US
Bartley, William R. 43-G-SE 7/28/1943 2nd Lt. 0809238 Jacksonville FL
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Bates, George A.
Chicago, IL, US
Bates, George A. 46-A-TE 3/23/1946 Flt. Officer T149984 Chicago IL
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Baugh, Howard L.
Petersburg, VA, US
Baugh, Howard L. 42:J-SE 11/10/1942 2nd Lt. 0793705 Petersburg VA
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Bee, Clarence Jr.
Kansas City, MO, US
Bee, Clarence Jr. 45-B-SE 4/15/1945 2nd Lt. 0842579 Kansas City MO
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Bell, George E.
Altoona, PA, US
Bell, George E. 46-C-SE 6/28/1946 2nd Lt. 02102113 Altoona PA
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Bell, John J.
Jersey City, NJ, US
Bell, John J. 44-I-SE 11/20/1944 Flt. Officer T67141 Jersey City NJ
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Bell, Lloyd W.
Pulaski, IL, US
Bell, Lloyd W. 44-K-SE 2/1/1945 2nd Lt. 0840735 Pulaski IL
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Bell, Richard H.
Chicago, IL, US
Bell, Richard H. 44-E-SE 5/23/1944 2nd Lt. 0830780 Chicago IL
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Bell, Rual W.
Portland, OR, US
Bell, Rual W. 44-D-SE 4/15/1944 Flt. Officer T62809 Portland OR
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Bennett, Joseph B.
NY, US
Bennett, Joseph B. 45-I-SE 1/29/1946 2nd Lt. 02102013 Halesite NY
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Bibb, William V.
Ottumwa, IA, US
Bibb, William V. 45-H-TE 11/20/1945 2nd Lt. 0843352 Ottumwa IA
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Bickham, Luzine B.
Tuskegee Institute, AL null, US
Bickham, Luzine B. 45-A-SE 3/11/1945 Flt. Officer T68752 Tuskegee Inst. AL
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Biffle, Richard L.,Jr.
Denver, CO null, US
Biffle, Richard L.,Jr. 44-K-SE 2/1/1945 Flt. Officer T68512 Denver CO
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Bilbo, Reuben B.
Fresno, CA, US
Bilbo, Reuben B. 45-D-SE 6/27/1945 Flt. Officer T70093 Fresno CA
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Bing, George L.
New York, NY, US
Bing, George L. 44-G-SE 8/4/1944 2nd Lt. 0835406 Brooklyn NY
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Black, Samuel A.
Plainfield, NJ, US
Black, Samuel A. 43-K-TE 12/5/1943 2nd Lt. 0817595 Plainfield NJ
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Blackwell, Hubron R.
Baltimore, MD, US
Blackwell, Hubron R. 43-H-SE 8/30/1943 2nd Lt. 0811193 Baltimore MD
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Blaylock, Joseph
Albany, GA, US
Blaylock, Joseph 45-D-SE 6/27/1945 2nd Lt. 0843000 Albany GA
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Blue, Elliott H.
Hampton, VA, US
Blue, Elliott H. 44-A-TE 1/7/1944 2nd Lt. 0819446 Hampton VA
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Bohannon, Horace A.
Atlanta, GA, US
Bohannon, Horace A. 44-J-SE 12/28/1944 Flt. Officer T67963 Atlanta GA
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Bohler, Henry C. L.
Augusta, GA, US
Bohler, Henry C. L. 44-J-SE 12/28/1944 Flt. Officer T67964 Augusta GA
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Bolden, Edgar L.
Arlington, VA, US
Bolden, Edgar L. 43-K-SE 12/5/1943 2nd Lt. 0439271 Arlington VA
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Bolden, George C.
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Bolden, George C. 45-F-TE 9/8/1945 2nd Lt. 02075526 Pittsburgh PA
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Bolling, George R.
Hampton, VA, US
Bolling, George R. 42-F-SE 7/3/1942 2nd Lt. 0789961 Hampton VA
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Bonam, Leonelle A.
Pascagoula, MS, US
Bonam, Leonelle A. 44-E-SE 5/23/1944 2nd Lt. 0830782 Pascagoula MS
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Lynch, George A.
Valley Stream, NY, US
Lynch, George A. 44-F-SE 6/27/1944 Flt. Officer T64373 Valley Stream NY
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Jean Esquerre ???? - June 27, 2009
11005 N US Highway 301
Thonotosassa, FL, United States
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Tuskegee Red Tails memorabilia store
2833 S Padre Island Dr
Corpus Christi, TX 78415, US
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Terry, Roger C.
Los Angeles, CA, US
Terry, Roger C. 44-K-TE 2/1/1945 2nd Lt. 0841165 Los Angeles CA

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Spann, Calvin J.
Rutherford, NJ, US
Spann, Calvin J. 44-G-SE 8/4/1944 Flt. Officer T64642 Rutherford NJ

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Harvey, James H.
Mountain Top, PA, US
Harvey, James H., Jr. 44-1-1-SE 10/16/1944 2nd Lt. 0838153 Mountain Top PA
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Warren, James W.
New York, NY, US
Warren, James W. 44-I-1-SE 10/16/1944 Flt. Officer T66402 Brooklyn NY
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Drummond, Edward P
Philadelphia, PA, US
Drummond, Edward P. 46-C-SE 6/28/1946 2nd Lt. 02102112 Philadelphia PA

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Hicks, Arthur N
Dayton, OH, US
Hicks, Arthur N. 45-C-SE 5/23/1945 2nd Lt. 0842882 Dayton OH
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Goodall, Ollie O.
Detroit, MI, US
Goodall, Ollie O., Jr. 44-K-TE 2/1/1945 Flt. Officer T68713 Detroit MI
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Robert Searcy 1921 - 17 Sept 2009
Mount Pleasant, TX, US
Searcy was born in Mount Pleasant, Texas, in 1921 and briefly attended what is now Prairie View A&M University before enlisting in the Army Air Corps in 1942.
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Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum
6151 Portage Rd
Portage, MI, United States
Alexander Jefferson and Harry Stewart Enshrined in the Michigan Aviation Hall of Fame
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Walterboro Army Airfield WALTERBORO, SOUTH CAROLINA
Walterboro, SC, US
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Hill, Louis G., Jr
Speedway, IN 46224, US
Hill, Louis G., Jr. 44-B-TE 2/8/1944 1st Lt. 01573279 Indianapolis IN
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Bonseigneur, Paul J., Jr
Chicago, IL, US
Bonseigneur, Paul J., Jr. 44-H-TE 9/8/1944 2nd Lt. 0838036 Chicago Chicago IL
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Bowman, James E.
Des Moines, IA, US
Bowman, James E.44-K-SE 2/1/1945 Flt. Officer T68699 Des Moines IA
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Lane, Charles A.,
Saint Louis, MO, US
Lane, Charles A., Jr. 44-H-SE 9/8/1944 Flt. Officer T66143 St. Louis MO
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Bowman, Leroy
Sumter, SC, US
Bowman, Leroy 43-C-SE 3/25/1943 2nd Lt. 0798942 Sumter SC
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Bradford, Clarence H.
Saint Louis, MO, US
Bradford, Clarence H. 43-K-SE 12/5/1943 2nd Lt. 0817581 St. Louis MO
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Brantley, Charles V.
Saint Louis, MO, US
Brantley, Charles V. 44-E-SE 5/23/1944 Flt. Officer T6311 0 St. Louis MO
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Brashears, Virgil
Kansas, OK, US
Brashears, Virgil 44-D-TE 4/15/1944 2nd Lt. 01313712 Kansas City MO
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Braswell, Thomas P.
Buford, GA, US
Braswell, Thomas P. 44-B-SE 2/8/1944 2nd Lt. 0821907 Buford GA
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Bratcher, Everett A.
Poplar Bluff, MO, US
Bratcher, Everett A. 43-H-SE 8/30/1943 2nd Lt. 0811220 Poplar Bluff MO
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Brazil, Harold E.
Joplin, MO, US
Brazil, Harold E. 43-K-TE 12/5/1943 2nd Lt. 0817596 Joplin MO
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Brewin, Irvin O.
Chicago, IL, US
Brewin, Irvin O. 44-I-SE 11/20/1944 2nd Lt. 0839084 Chicago IL
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Briggs, Eugene A.
Boston, MA, US
Briggs, Eugene A. 46-A-SE 3/23/1946 Flt. Officer T149987 Boston MA
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Briggs, John F.
Saint Louis, MO, US
Briggs, John F. 43-E-SE 5/28/1943 2nd Lt. 0804546 St. Louis MO
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Bright, Alexander M.
Chicago, IL, US
Bright, Alexander M. 43-F-SE 6/30/1943 2nd Lt. 0805626 Chicago IL
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Broadnax, Samuel L.
Oroville, CA, US
Broadnax, Samuel L. 45-A-SE 3/11/1945 Flt. Officer T68753 Oroville CA
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Broadwater, William E.
Bryn Mawr, PA, US
Broadwater, William E. 45-E-TE 8/4/1945 Flt. Officer T70231 Bryn Mawr PA
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Brooks, Milton R.
Glassport, PA, US
Brooks, Milton R. 43-E-SE 5/28/1943 2nd Lt. 0804547 Glassport PA
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Brooks, Sidney P.
Cleveland, OH, US
Brooks, Sidney P. 42-D-SE 4/29/1942 2nd Lt. 0789118 Cleveland OH
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Brooks, Tilford U.
East Saint Louis, IL, US
Brooks, Tilford U. 45-B-SE 4/15/1945 Flt. Officer T69407 East St. Louis IL
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Jones, Hubert L.
Institute, WV, US
Jones, Hubert L. 43-H-SE 8/30/1943 2nd Lt. 0811284 Institute WV
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Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum
175 Bourne Ave.
Pooler, GA 31322
The Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum preserves for all Americans the stories of courage, character and patriotism displayed by the men and women of the Eighth Air Force from World War II to the present
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Black Air Foundation
1468 Broad St
Providence, RI 02905, US
The Black Air Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is dedicated to empowering minority youth through education and training.
Black Air is the brainchild of George S. Lima, CEO and President, whose remarkable experiences as a Tuskegee Airman recently came to the attention of the public in the documentary “Black Men Can Fly”.
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North Carolina Museum of Art
2110 Blue Ridge Rd
Raleigh, NC 27607, US
During his tragically short career, Michael Richards repeatedly addressed issues of social injustice. This work pays honor to the Tuskegee Airmen, African American pilots whose heroic contributions to World War II was recognized only recently. Cast from the artist’s own body, the gold-painted airman is penetrated by small airplanes, reminiscent of the arrows shot at St. Sebastian, an early Christian martyr. The title of the work, with its double reference, with its double reference to the saint and a southern folktale of entrapment, pays tribute to the Tuskegee pilots – and to all who suffer intolerance and unfairness. The sculpture, in effect a self-portrait, now seems an eerie foretelling of the artist’s death. Richards was a victim of the World Trade Center terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001; his studio was on the 92nd floor of Tower One.”
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The Black Wings Story
Independence Ave SW
Washington, DC, United States
Smithsonian Institution, National Air and Space Museum