AidSpace Blog

Tag Archives: Smithsonian

Tuskegee Red Lands at Air and Space!

Posted on

During World War II, a group of young, enthusiastic and skilled African American men pressed the limits of flight and the boundaries of racial inequality by becoming Army Air Forces pilots. Most of these pilots trained at Moton Field in Tuskegee, Alabama. One of the most popular and beautiful plants of that region is a   …Continue Reading