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"Nine Myths About the Tuskegee Airmen" by Dr. Daniel L. Haulman (Tuskeggee University) is a stunning tribute written about the 332nd Fighter Group during WWII.

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  • 332nd Fighter Group

    332nd Fighter Group

    Group
    The United States entered World War II with a military that was segregated by race and remained segregated until 1948. War Department planners generally placed White and African-American Army personnel in separate units during World War II. ...

  • 99th Fighter Squadron

    99th Fighter Squadron

    Squadron
    The 99th was originally formed as the Army Air Force's first African American fighter squadron, then known the 99th Pursuit Squadron. The personnel received their initial flight training at Tuskegee, Alabama earning them the nickname Tuskegee Airmen....

  • 100th Fighter Squadron

    100th Fighter Squadron

    Squadron
    Established in February 1942 at Tuskegee Army Airfield, Alabama to train African-American flight cadets graduated from the Tuskegee Institute Army contract flying school. At Tuskegee, the squadron performed advanced combat flying training. As the...

  • 301st Fighter Squadron

    301st Fighter Squadron

    Squadron
    The 301st was one of four African-American fighter squadrons to enter combat during World War II. ...

  • 302nd Fighter Squadron

    302nd Fighter Squadron

    Squadron
    The 302d was one of four African-American fighter squadrons to enter combat during World War II. It saw combat in the European Theater of Operations and Mediterranean Theater of Operations from 17 February 1944 – 20 February 1945.

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Revisions

Date Contributor Update
27 December 2016 01:17:22 WD-C Mustang Changes to place associations
Sources

http://www.tuskegee.edu/
http://www.tuskegee.edu/sites/www/uploads/files/About%20US/Airmen/Nine_M...

Date Contributor Update
27 December 2016 01:17:21 WD-C Mustang Created entry with caption, unit associations and place associations
Sources

http://www.tuskegee.edu/
http://www.tuskegee.edu/sites/www/uploads/files/About%20US/Airmen/Nine_M...

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