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332nd Fighter Group - Tuskegee Airmen

332nd Fighter Group - Tuskegee Airmen
by Osprey
Author: Chris Bucholtz
Publish Year: 2007
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 7.5x9.5x.33"
Restockable: No
Mfg. part #: OSPAEU024
Type: Softcover
Series: AEU24


The USAAF's Tuskegee Experiment, designed to prove that African-Americans were not capable of flying combat aircraft, resulted in the creation of one of the USAAF's elite units. Commanded by Col Benjamin O Davis, the 332nd were able to boast 111 aerial kills, 150 strafing victories and even the sinking of a German destroyer by the war's end. The group were both feared and respected by the Germans, who called them the 'Schwartze Voglemenschen' (Black Birdmen), and this book reveals the true story of the unit who rose above discrimination to achieve elite status.


Chapter 1: Tuskegee
Chapter 2: Arrival in Africa
Chapter 3: The ‘Redtails’ Over Italy and Romania
Chapter 4: Silencing the Critics
Chapter 5: Into Germany
Chapter 6: Lockbourne, and the End