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They were the only airmen whom never lost a American bomber during there World War II missions. They were the Tuskegee Airmen, African-american pilots who took their name from the airfield in Tuskegee, Alabama where they trained. The 992 black pilots went to battle on March 22, 1941 they flew more than 15,000 missions in North Africa Sicily, and Europe. They shot down more then 100 enemy plains.

Answer Key

They were the only airmen who never lost an American bomber during their World War II missions. They were the Tuskegee Airmen, African-American pilots who took their name from the airfield in Tuskegee, Alabama, where they trained. The 992 black pilots went to battle on March 22, 1941. They flew more than 15,000 missions in North Africa, Sicily, and Europe. They shot down more than 100 enemy planes.

 

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