African American Forces
The story of the life of James Parks, who was born, lived, died and buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
March 22, 2016 is the 75th Anniversary of the activation of the U.S. Army Air Corps 99th Pursuit Squadron, the
In honor of Black History Month, the U.S. Army Women's Museum has compiled a brief history of African American women
Each February, the Coast Guard celebrates and pays tribute to African American Coast Guards men and woman to recognize the
Henry Flipper, the first African-American graduate of the US Military Academy, was unjustly court-martialed while assigned as Quartermaster and Assistant
A brief look at history and training facilities at Tuskegee University.
A quick, combat-filled look at the heroics of African American units during WWII.
A Stearman PT-13D Kaydet was recently restored at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. This aircraft is now
When Black leaders demanded equality and World War II demanded more skilled soldiers, the Tuskegee Airmen, or "Red-Tail Angels," became
Gov. Jan Brewer mispronounces the word "Tuskegee" several times at a Thursday event honoring the Tuskegee Airmen. Apparently she did