Supporters coverThe CAF Red Tail Squadron is pleased to announce a new teaching tool that has the potential to reach millions of upper elementary and middle school students. Aim High – The Aircraft of the Tuskegee Airmen is an electronic book that can be downloaded onto iPads all over the world. It features over 200 photos and graphics sure to excite young readers and draw them into the Tuskegee Airmen story. 
The book contains sound effects, slide shows and interactive questions designed to inform and entertain audiences who are used to high impact and fast-paced entertainment. But at the core of the book is the story of the Tuskegee Airmen and the legacy of triumph slide showsover adversity to rise above your problems. 
This book was created for the CAF Red Tail Squadron by the award-winning aviation photographer and children’s book writer, Max Haynes. Max has created a special extended version of the book that is available now so that you can support the distribution of a free educational questionsversion of the book in time for the next school year. This is your opportunity to get a great e-book full of hundreds of world-class aviation images and rarely seen 
historical photos while at the same time helping to bring this book to “every classroom in America.”

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