Tuskegee Airmen artwork

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Three For “Lucky” Lester

Tuskegee Airmen artwork by Jerry Taliaferro.

Artwork from the traveling exhibition, THE TEST, which tells the quintessential America story of the U.S. Military’s first African American aviators in combat in WWII. Available at Fine Art America 

The Good Shepherds with Luke 15 P-51s of 100th Fighter Squadron 332nd Fighter Group (Tuskegee Airmen) escort a crippled B-24 Liberator of the 459th Bomb Group. Inset Bible verses about the lost sheep (Luke 15: 1-6)

Three For “Lucky” Lester Artwork depicts action on 18 July 1944 in which Lt. Lucky destroyed three German aircraft.

Warbirds Of the 332nd Fighter Group Profiles of fighter aircraft used in combat by the 332nd Fighter Group (Tuskegee Airmen)

The First Red Tails P-7D of Tuskegee Airmen