One of only two original, remaining Tuskegee Airmen in Colorado has died.
Frank Macon died Sunday night at his home in Colorado Springs. He was 97.
The main film shown at our museum is now online!
"The Tuskegee Airmen: Sacrifice and Triumph" is narrated by the wonderful Keith David, with Airmen themselves recalling their fight for a "Double Victory".
Airmen Franklin J. Macon was just awarded his 2nd Congressional Medal, this time for his WWII Civil Air Patrol Service. Macon received his first medal for his service as an original Tuskegee Airmen. The journey for Macon and other Black airmen at the time, while difficult, was an honorable one and more importantly, one deserving of the highest recognition, many of which are still rolling in today. Read the entire article here.
Col. Charles Mcgee first time viewing his 1945 photo from Italy in Hangar 2! We love when we get to host our Airmen in the place where it began! March 30th, 2019.
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