Military and World War II history aficionados will find interesting facts concerning the brief participation of the Tuskegee Airmen in World War II. Learn about the Myths surrounding their accomplishments, how they fought two enemies and how they became the American heroes respected today. This novel is a historical compilation and testimonial to a group of true American patriots, the "Tuskegee Airmen".
The Tuskegee Airmen were so called because most of the African American pilots were trained near Tuskegee University in Alabama during the 1940s. Through their bravery and actions, commitment to their ideals and dedication to their dreams, the Tuskegee Airmen joined the ranks of other patriotic Americans who defended the United States of America against the Axis military powers during World War II.
This story will help today's youth gain self-esteem, knowing that they can overcome obstacles with passion for what they want to achieve, and through hard work. All youth should have knowledge of those who paved the way for the opportunities we enjoy today.
Floyd Norman - Writer / Illustrator
Leo Sullivan - Publisher / Leo Sullivan Multimedia
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