A Final Sit-Down With A Tuskegee Airman

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As the number of World War II veterans continues to dwindle, learning what we can from them becomes more important. Especially those who fought not only our enemies overseas, but also prejudice at home. The African Americans who became known as the Tuskegee Airmen proved to be among the most inspiring. At 95, Richard Hall is among a small handful who remain. He shares his thoughts, his memories and wisdom about war and life.

Editor’s Note: Richard Hall passed away in January 2021 at the age of 97. Our thoughts are with his family and friends.

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