Black Airmen turn racism, bigotry into opportunity
Some Army leaders considered training in Tuskegee during World War II “an experiment.” But African American pilots saw it as an opportunity, with one surviving Tuskegee Airman calling it the “Tuskegee Experience.”
Indians still cherish memory of Maj. Gen. Tinker
His father told him how the Osages were mighty warriors, often growing to 7 feet in height. He also told him about Tinker.