Readership: African American history and military buffs.
J. Todd Moye, Associate Professor of History, University of North Texas
J. Todd Moye is an Associate Professor of History and the Director of the Oral History Program at the University of North Texas. A historian of the American civil rights movement, he directed the National Park Service's Tuskegee Airmen Oral History Project from 2000 to 2005.
"Moye does an admirable job in recounting these men's heroic and painful struggle... Takes us beyond the story's superficial feel-good factor and furnishes the details that give gravitas to this saga." - James T. Crouse, Times Higher Education Supplement.
Prologue: "This is Where You Sit"
1.: The Use of Negro Manpower in War
2.: The Black Eagles Take Flight
3.: The Experiment
4.: Combat on Several Fronts
5.: The Trials of the 477th
6.: Integrating the Air Force
Epilogue: "Let's Make it a Holy Crusade All Around"
Note on Sources