Negro airmen being trained for World War II at the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama.
Tuskegee Alabama USA Date:1943 Duration:1 min 59 sec Sound:Yes
Negro colleges in the United States during World War II. College curricula adjusts to war needs as they prepare students for various military and civilian occupations. A statue of Booker T. Washington. Tuskegee Institute campus in Alabama. United States Army Air Force pilots being trained at the institute. An aircraft takes off. Airmen in a class. Students being trained for jobs in an aviation plant. Scientists and technicians in a laboratory as they conduct research on the science of nutrition. They work to get alcohol from agricultural products like potato. Women learn automotive maintenance skills to take up jobs during the war time.
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