GREAT FALLS, MT -Black History Month- Malmstrom Air Force Base Features Tuskegee Airmen (Video Included)


The Tuskegee Airmen were the first African-American military pilots who also fought in WWII for the Army Air Corps, the Army Air Forces, and the Air Force. 

“Because of them, now we have women and black African-Americans joining the military and flying airplanes,” said Senior Airmen Liliana McGlown. 

They were active in a time when racial segregation was still happening in the military and much of the country.

“These were the airmen that paved the way for black Americans now. Without them, we couldn’t have a spot in the pilot industry,” said McGlown. 

In 1940, President Franklin Roosevelt announced the AAC would begin training black pilots, and they chose the Tuskegee Army field for training where people came from across the country.

You can read the rest of the story here. This story originated with Montana Right Now-Joee Taylor, Reporter/MMJ


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