We’re feeling pretty “social” with this blog and our Facebook page. Perhaps that’s not too surprising considering that we’ve made it our goal to go out and connect with as many people as possible to share the inspiring story of the Tuskegee Airmen through our RISE ABOVE Traveling Exhibit events and outreach programs!

And now we’ve added one more social outlet to our fleet, Instagram! You can find us as @cafredtail on this fun photo-sharing social network. Sign up to follow us and get our latest photos directly in your photo stream. Although Instagram was created primarily as a mobile app for iPhone or Android (which is free!), you can follow and view your favorite photo streams directly from your web browser at www.instagram.com.

Add us to your photo stream and catch our uploads from EAA AirVenture Oshkosh! We’re there right now showing off the RISA ABOVE Traveling Exhibit and our P-51. Stay tuned and stay in touch!


The CAF Red Tail Squadron is volunteer-driven 501c3 organization that operates as part of the Commemorative Air Force. For more information about the Squadron and its educational mission, visit www.redtail.org.


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