Photographs Of The Tuskegee Airmen


There are some excellent photographs of the World War II experience in America available from government, museum and private sources for those people willing to pay reproduction fees ranging from ten dollars to fifty dollars per photograph. The Museum of History and Industry in Seattle has a library archive of old photographs. U.S. Government sources include the Library of Congress and the National Archives.

The best source for young Americans of African ancestry studying the Tuskegee Airmen are  the original photographs contained in family albums of the pilots themselves.

Insignia of the 12th Air Force. In October 7, 1943 the 99th was attached to the 79th Fighter Group of the 12th Air Force. Upon its arrival, the 332nd Fighter Group was also attached to the 12th Air Force.

Insignia of the 15th Air Force. In June,1944 the 332nd Fighter Group was assigned to the 15th Air Force.


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