Before Tuskegee, There was Bullard

He's probably the most famous African-American combat pilot that you've never heard of. His name was Eugene Bullard, and he didn't fly in Vietnam or Korea or even with the Tuskegee Airmen of World War II fame. Bullard, a Georgia native whose father had once been a slave, flew in World War I. And he flew for the French. Read More … [Read more...]