Aeroguide 26 - British Aerospace Harrier GR Mk. 5/ Mk. 7 by Roger Chesneau

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According to Washington, when Anderson buzzed the campus, faculty, students, government hospital personnel, and residents of Greenwood, the black district off campus of Tuskegee, rushed, forewarned, to Kennedy Field to greet him by the time the plane landed. Flight instruction for secondary CPTP training began on July 29, 1940, at Auburn’s approved Works Progress Administration (WPA)-constructed field since Tuskegee did not have one then. Of course, there was great interest by the aviation students of the all-white school, since API had not yet been approved, and also by the local white and rural residents.

The others were Delaware State, Hampton Institute, Howard University, North Carolina A&T, and lastly Tuskegee Institute. Strangely, not only was Tuskegee the last to be approved it also required a special trip to Washington, some special politicking on the part of G. L. Washington, Director of Mechanical Industries at Tuskegee, and some special concessions by the CAA. 20 Two black noncollege schools also qualified, both in the Chicago area; the Coffey School of Aeronautics and the North Suburban Flying School at Glenview, Illinois were allowed into the program.

The indisputable reality that blacks could fly, were flying, and had in fact, been flying for years only makes larger the shame of the contrived negative evaluations of their abilities and capabilities. The concept of superiorityinferiority had become so deeply ingrained and genuinely believed that the deliberate use of falsehood was needed to turn aside the strong surge of truth. These were not mistakes; the hypocrisy, a studied effort, worked very well until subjected to the acid test. General Henry H.

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