Moton Field, Tuskegee, Alabama
There are a number of photos on the grounds before visitors go into the hangars that depict activities at Tuskegee.
Firemen had to be trained.
Today, anyone associated with the airmen at Tuskegee, including the cooks, are considered to be Tuskegee Airmen and are authorized to wear the red blazer.
Trailning radio operators. It seems, based on the stripes on the staff sergeant, that this photo actually was taken after the war.
The name actual name of the airfield is Moton Field. It is still active today for light aircraft. There was to be a Memorial Day show the day after this photo was taken.
This photo is taken from near the parking lot, which in the plan is actually furthest away. The plan has been made from behind hangar 2.
Roy Cochrun Collection