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Alexander Jefferson | 332nd Fighter Group, 301st Fighter Squadron - Army Air Corps

5:33   |   After 9 months a prisoner, Alexander Jefferson was liberated, the war was over, and he was on his way home. In spite of all that he and the other Tuskegee Airmen accomplished, the U.S. was still unwelcoming. He describes the years following the war, and the lasting impact the Tuskegee Airmen had on not only the military, but the country.

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