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During the “Tuskegee Experience” there were 44 classes to graduate

In March 7, 1942, the first class of Single Engine (SE) pilots (42-C-SE) graduated five cadets: George ‘Spanky’ Roberts (Back Row,Center) and Mac Ross (Back Row Right) were two of the 11 West Virginia State College graduates to be accepted to the Tuskegee Institute. They would be in a class of 13 where they would become part of the five who would graduate to become the first Tuskegee Airmen. Lt. Roberts was made the Commanding Officer of the 99th Pursuit Squadron (99th Fighter Squadron in May 1942) and Lt. Ross was appointed Commanding Officer of the 100th Pursuit Squadron (100th Fighter Squadron in May 1942). Roberts would fly over 100 missions and Ross would be killed in action over Europe.

The Friends of Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site invite you to experience the amazing history of the Tuskegee Airmen at the National Historic Site at Moton Field in Tuskegee, Alabama.

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Robert Moton


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Moton Field is named for Tuskegee University’s second President, Dr. Robert R. Moton. Dr. Moton was named president of Tuskegee Institute following the death of Dr. Booker T. Washington, founder and first president. The Airmen were deployed during the presidential administration of Dr. Frederick Douglas Patterson (1935-1953).

Both the physical plant and academic programs were expanded during the Moton administration. The William G. Willcox Trade Buildings were added along with: the Dairy and Horse Barn, James Chambliss Building, a new Greenhouse, Chambliss Children’s House, a new wing to John A. Andrew Hospital, Margaret Murray Washington Hall, Logan Hall, Hollis Burke Frissell Library, and Samuel Chapman Armstrong Hall. The famous stained glass windows, known as the “Singing Windows,” were added to the chapel.

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NEW Tuskegee Version of Front Vanity Plate

Below is the LATEST VERSION of the License Plate for the Tuskegee Airmen. The new version is only $35.00. Please contact us to get your copy today! 

Tuskegee Airmen Front Tag for $25.00







CLASSIC Friends Version Front Vanity Plate

Below is the CLASSIC Friends Version of the License Plate (from the Friends of Tuskegee Airmen NHS, Inc.). Help keep the legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen alive and growing for ALL to see.
The CLASSIC Friends Version  is only $20.00. Please contact us to get your copy today! 
 Front tags may be purchased locally at:

Eleanor’s Gift Shop
Notasulga Hwy (Hwy 81)
Felder’s Gift Shop
near Tuskegee University Golden Eagle Aviation, Tuskegee Moton Field Airport
Golden Eagle Aviation
at Tuskegee Moton Field Airport

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