Eleven Myths About the Tuskegee Airmen by Daniel Haulman

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The members of the 332d Fighter Group and the 99th, 100th, 301st, and 302d Fighter Squadrons during World War II are remembered in part because they were the only African American pilots who served in combat with the Army Air Forces during the war. They are more often called the Tuskegee Airmen since they trained at Tuskegee Army Air Field. In the more than sixty years since World War II, several stories have grown up about the Tuskegee Airmen, some of them true and some of them false. This book focuses on eleven myths about the Tuskegee Airmen, throughly researched and debunked by Air Force historian Daniel Haulman, with copious historical documentation and sources to prove Haulman's research.

About Daniel Haulman

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Dr. Daniel L. Haulman is Chief, Organizational History Division, at the Air Force Historical Research Agency, where he has worked since 1982. He has authored three books, including Air Force Aerial Victory Credits: World War I, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam; The United States and Air Force and Humanitarian Airlift Operations, 1947-1994; and One Hundred Years of Flight: USAF Chronology of Significant Air and Space Events, 1903-2002.
Published January 18, 2012 by NewSouth Books. 74 pages
Genres: History, War, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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