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Hangar interior, medium long shot, front view, General Lloyd W. "Fig" Newton, USAF, Commander, Air Education and Training Command, Randolph Air Force Base, Texas, (center) stands with 16 Tuskegee airmen from the 100th Fighter Squadron, 340th Flying Training Group personnel and an unidentified USAF Major General in front of a T-38C Talon. The 100th FS was one of four all black units originally assigned to Tuskegee Army Air Base, Alabama. The World War II squadrons never lost a bomber under their escort to enemy fighters. Two Tuskegee Units the 99th and 100th FSs was reactivated as the 99th and 100th Flying Training Squadrons, 340th Flying Training Group, Air Force Reserve Command

Hangar interior, medium long shot, front view, General Lloyd W. "Fig" Newton, USAF, Commander, Air Education and Training Command, Randolph Air Force Base, Texas, (center) stands with 16 Tuskegee airmen from the 100th Fighter Squadron, 340th Flying Training Group personnel and an unidentified USAF Major General in front of a T-38C Talon. The 100th FS was one of four all black units originally assigned to Tuskegee Army Air Base, Alabama. The World War II squadrons never lost a bomber under their escort to enemy fighters. Two Tuskegee Units the 99th and 100th FSs was reactivated as the 99th and 100th Flying Training Squadrons, 340th Flying Training Group, Air Force Reserve Command

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