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        Tuskegee Airmen Experiences in World War II | Iowa's WWII Stories

        The Tuskegee Airmen, officially known as the 332nd fighter group, were the first African Americans to fly planes in the U.S. military. Although they faced severe discrimination in the country and mandates of the Jim Crow laws in the south, they volunteered in large numbers to help fight in World War II. This segment of Iowa Public Television's Iowa’s WWII Stories includes historical footage and profiles an Iowa veteran and member of the Tuskegee Airmen.

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        Contributor: Iowa Public Television
        Funder: Iowa Communications Network
        Producer: Iowa Public Television

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