Newspaper stories featuring Tuskegee Airman Clarence Jamison

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The New York Age - Sat May 27, 1944

Clarence Jamison. Clarence C. “Jamie” Jamison trained at the Tuskegee Army Air Field in Alabama during the war for duty in the then-segregated U.S. military forces. He flew a fighter on 67 combat missions in the 99th Pursuit Squadron, seeing action in North Africa and Italy.

Jamison once recalled that battle for a newspaper reporter, remembering when the aerial dogfight brought his fighter right above an enemy plane: “The pilot looks at me. I look at him. We’re both surprised to be so close. I fire and he starts smokin’.”

Read his full profile online.

The Birmingham News – Fri May 1, 1942. Article of second graduating class of Tuskegee Airmen.

The New York Age – Sat May 27, 1944. Returning Fighters From Italy Have Well-Earned Vacation

The New York Age – Sat May 27, 1944

The New York Age – Sat Aug 19, 1944