The Tuskegee Airmen
The Tuskegee Airmen is a 1995 HBO television movie based on the exploits of an actual groundbreaking unit, the first African American combat pilots in the United States Army Air Force, that fought in World War II.
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Major Sherman Joy
- Water, air, earth, and fire. Of these elements, I direct your attention to air and fire. Although it's your privilege to live in the air, it's your destiny to die by fire.
Hannibal Lee Jr.
- "Straighten up..."
- "...and fly right." (The catchphrase was derived from the 1944 top-40 hit record, "Straighten Up and Fly Right" by The King Cole Trio led by Nat King Cole.)
- " 'The Tuskegee Airmen' (1995) Quotes." IMDb. Retrieved: January 3, 2010.
- Ambrose, Stephen Edward. The Wild Blue: The Men and Boys who Flew the B-24s over Germany. New York: Simon and Schuster, 2001. ISBN 0-74320-339-9.
- Broadnax, Samuel L. Blue Skies, Black Wings: African American Pioneers of Aviation. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger Publishers, 2007. ISBN 0-27599-195-4.
- Bucholtz, Chris and Laurier, Jim. 332nd Fighter Group - Tuskegee Airmen. London: Osprey Publishing, 2007. ISBN 1-84603-044-7.
- Cotter, Jarrod. "Red Tail Project." Flypast No. 248, March 2002.
- Holway, John B. Red Tail, Black Wings: The Men of America's Black Air Force. Las Cruces, New Mexico: Yuca Tree Press, 1997. ISBN 1-88132-521-0.
- McKissack, Patricia C. and Fredrick L. Red Tail Angels: The Story of the Tuskegee Airmen of World War II. New York: Walker Books for Young Readers, 1996. ISBN 0-80278-292-2.
- Thole, Lou. "Segregated Skies." Flypast No, 248, March 2002.
- The Tuskegee Airmen (VHS/DVD). New York: HBO Home Video (Release date: 23 January 2001.)