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Memories of a Tuskegee Pilot | Memoirs Of WWII #20


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Feb. 7 2020

Tuskegee Airmen fighter pilot Harold Brown talks about air-to-air combat, surviving capture and POW camps, and the obstacles that were overcome on the Red Tail’s road to becoming the first African-American squadron.

Purchase Dr. Harold Brown’s autobiography “Keep Your Airspeed Up” at www.airspeedup.com

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