Tuskegee Airman Describes Training in the Segregated South

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Tuskegee airman and former cadet Walter Robinson Sr. describes military training in the Deep South, and how the leaders, such as then-Colonel Noel F. Parrish, commander of the all-black group, worked to desegregate troops while making them great aviators in World War II missions and beyond.

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