Using the Six Guiding Principles (Aim High, Believe in Yourself, Use Your Brain, Be Ready to Go, Never Quit, Expect to Win) our winners describe how the Tuskegee Airmen achieved success, then choose a goal to show how they could use the Six Guiding Principles to achieve that goal.
1st place: An autographed print of “Tuskegee Tales” autographed by Lt Col Alexander Jefferson
2nd place: A RISE ABOVE hat
3rd place: A 99th Squadron Tuskegee Airmen patch
All entries will receive a Red Tail dog tag and Triumph Over Adversity booklet
Thank you to Ambassadors Melanie Burden and Toy Brown III for assisting in judging the entries!
Click on the links to read the essays.
Enjoy reading all other entries. Please note some contain the error the Tuskegee Airmen never lost a bomber and were unfortunately disqualified for a winning entry.