Attached is a listing of Bombardiers assigned to the Tuskegee program.
There's a Lewis E. Martin listed. The attached Personnel order (PO) 29b, 10
Oct 1944 also identifies Lewis E. Martin as a Bombardier graduate from
Midland Air Field TX.
Special Order (SO) 163, 26 Jun 1944 lists PFC Album C. Martin reporting to
the Tuskegee Army Air Field.
Attached is the only photo we have of Tuskegee Bombardiers and Navigators.
Joseph D. Caver
Chief of Circulations
From: Gamma, Lynn O Civ USAF AETC AFHRA/RS On Behalf Of AFHRA/NEWS
Sent: Monday, November 08, 2010 12:33 PM
To: Caver, Joseph D Civ USAF AETC AFHRA/RSA
Subject: FW: Request for information and photograph
From: Brady Enterprise Association Inc.
Sent: Monday, November 08, 2010 12:30 PM
Subject: Request for information and photographs
November 8, 2010
Brady Enterprise Association, Inc., 123 Peppertree Drive, New Kensington,
TO: U.S. Air Force Historical Research Agency, Maxwell Air Force Base,
Request For Information and Photographs
We are seeking any information and photographs you may provide regarding
Second Lieutenant Emmett Martin of Bronx, New York who graduated with
Bombardier class B445 in October 1944, Randolph AFB, Texas; and his brother
Album Martin who left the Air Force when the war ended. We are not certain
as to whether or not Album was ever commissioned. Their birthplace was
index.24We propose to share this information with film-maker Darnell Martin
his daughter. We have learned through our inquiries to the Tuskegee Airmen
website and organization that their listing only includes those young men
who were trained as pilots such as Augustus Martin also from Bronx, New
Also, any information regarding the psychological and intelligence testing
procedures applicable to such young men as Emmett would be very helpful in
describing their level of achievement
Mary Lee Brady, PhD
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