Here are a few interesting links that will provide you with further information about the Tuskegee Airmen.
The National Air & Space Museum at the Smithsonian Institute. This link connects you directly to their search engin. Just type in the word “Tuskegee” for a wealth of information. They have a Black Wings exhibit and a book titled “Black Wings: The American Black in Aviation” that may be of interest. They also have an extensive archive of photos that can be searched and ordered for your own collection at a nominal fee. Any information that you can provide will be helpful in their search. I recently found two photos of my Father in their collection that I was not aware of.
The History Net, is where history lives on the Web.
- Black Wings: The American Black in Aviation, National Air and Space Museum
- Red Tails, Black Wings by John B. Holway
- Lonely Eagles by Robert A. Rose, D.D.S.
- The Tuskegee Airmen: Black Heroes of WWII by Jacqueline Harris
- Red-Tail Angels by Patricia & Frederick McKissack
- The Tuskegee Airmen: The Men Who Changed a Nation
- Tuskegee Airmen by Charles E. Francis
- But They Can’t Beat Us – Oscar Robertson and the Crispus Attacks Tigers by Randy Roberts
- Benjamin O. Davis Jr. – American – by Benjamin O. Davis
- America’s First Black General, Benjamin O. Davis Sr., 1880 – 1970 by Marvin E. Fletcher
- The Runaway (fiction) by Terry Kay
The history, information and quotes which appear on this site were obtained from various interviews with my father, Joseph P. Gomer. Beginning quote comes from the book, the Lonely Eagles.
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