: Illustrated portraits of Tuskegee Airmen from Central Ohio. The portraits are signed by the pilots. The Tuskegee Airmen were the first African American pilots in the armed forces of the United States. The squadron was formed in 1941 and based in Tuskegee, Alabama.
Artwork of nine African American men who were part of the Tuskegee Airmen. The image includes two airplanes; the right airplane has a red nose and tail. Beneath the red plane is a distant field of grass and trees with a road going through them. There is also a pilot in the cockpit.
Top left corner: Herndon 'Don' Cummings- He wears goggles on the top of his head and a collared shirt. He has a smile on his face.
Top middle: Alex Boudreaux- He wears a helmet with goggles on his forehead. He has a jacket on along with a collared shirt and tie.
Second row, left: Walter McCreary- He wears an officer's hat with a United States eagle seal. He also wears a collared shirt with pins on the lapels.
Second row, second to left: Walter Kyle- He wears a dark officer's hat with a United States eagle seal, and a collared shirt. He also has a small moustache.
Second row, middle: Walter Davidson- He wears a hat with a collard shirt and a tie.
Second row, second from right: Harold Sawyer- He wears an officer's hat with a United States eagle seal. He also wears a collared shirt with a tie.
Second row, right: Harold Brown- He wears a collared shirt with pins on the lapels.
Bottom row, left: Charles 'C.I.' Williams- He wears a hat with a pin on it. He also has on a collared shirt with a tie.
Bottom row, right: William Watkins- He wears a dark officer's hat with a United States eagle seal, and a collared shirt. His suit jacket has a patch on his left side, which has wings above a star and the number 1 above the wings. View on Ohio Memory.
: NAM_OVS19 Subjects
: African American soldiers; African American men; African American Ohioans; Air pilots; Airplanes; Tuskegee Airmen; United States. Air Force.; World War II Places
: Ohio; Tuskegee (Alabama)