: Benjamin O. Davis Jr., the first African American general officer in the United States Air Force and commander of the World War II Tuskegee Airmen, outside on a porch in Italy. Two (2) men and one (1) woman are near the building behind him.
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: NAM_MSS23_B02F27_G Subjects
: African Americans; African American soldiers; Proctor, Bernard Shaw; Davis, Benjamin O.; Tuskegee Airmen; World War II; 99th Pursuit Fighter Squadron; 332nd Fighter Group; Men; Women; People; Porches; United States Army Air Corps; United States Air Force Places