Profiles of Tuskegee Airmen

Noel Parrish

Noel Parrish

A great champion: Brigadier General Noel Parrish “It is a discouraging fact that officers of the Army Air Force, whose scientific achievements are unsurpassed, and whose scientific skill is unquestioned in mechanical matters and in many personnel matters, should generally approach the problem of races and minorities with the most […]

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Capt. Freddie E. Hutchins was awarded a Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal and Purple Heart. He also is wearing ribbons for each medal under the European/African/Middle Eastern campaign ribbon. Photo courtesy of Craig Huntly

Frederick E. Hutchins, Sr

Class 43-D-SE 4/29/1943 2nd Lt. 0801171 Donaldsonville, GA September 16, 1920 – June 10, 1991 Information from the St. Louis Dispatch Capt. Freddie E. Hutchins assigned the same nickname to each of his planes: “Little Freddie.” By the end of World War II, Hutchins was flying his fourth “Little Freddie.” […]

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