Tuskegee Airmen
Many of the photos in this section are duplicated in the Non-Russian Aircraft section of this site.
Montgomery, Alabama
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Children can pose "in the cockpit" of a Tuskegee Airmen P-51 near Riverfront in Montgomery, Alabama
Montgomery, Alabama
SAC Museum
Strategic Air Command Museum tribute.
SAC Museum
SAC Museum
Detail from Strategic Air Command Museum tribute.
SAC Museum
Frontiers of Flight Museum, Dallas
Frontiers of Flight Museum, Dallas
Frontiers of Flight museum, Dallas
Frontiers of Flight museum, Dallas
Aviation Museum of Kentucky
Bust of BGen Noel F. Parrish, commander of cadet training at Tuskegee Army Airfield during World War II. He was instrumental in convincing the War Department to allow the black pilots to enter combat.
Aviation Museum of Kentucky
Aviation Museum of Kentucky
Bust of Tuskegee Airman General Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. He was the commander of the all-Black 99th Fighter Squadron of the 332nd Fighter Group of World War II.
Aviation Museum of Kentucky
Airpower Museum
Commemorative Air Force Airpower Museum's plaque honoring American Combat Airman Hall of Fame member Lt. Col. Lee A. Archer, USAF Retired, a Tuskegee Airman.
Airpower Museum
Fantasy of Flight museum
Photo of a photo from Fantasy of Flight. President George W. Bush honoring Tuskegee Airmen with the Congressional Gold Medal in March 2007.
Fantasy of Flight museum
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Tar Baby vs. St. Sebastian at the North Carolina Museum of Art. A full description follows the two photos of the statue.
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Tar Baby vs. St. Sebastian at the North Carolina Museum of Art. A full description follows the two photos of the statue.
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Mesa, Arizona, Museum
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Mesa, Arizona, Museum
Moton Field
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Moton Field
Museum of Aviation
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Museum of Aviation
National Museum of the USAF
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National Museum of the USAF
Southern Museum of Flight
Toccoa Museum
Walterboro Memorial
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Walterboro Memorial
World War II Museum