National College Resources Foundation has partnered with Chauncey Spencer, Jr. continuing his father Chauncey Spencer Sr.’s legacy creating an African Americans in Aviation Traveling Museum. The Traveling Museum hit the road traveling 7,000 miles to share history of black aviators like Chauncey Spencer and Dale White who were responsible for convincing Congress to include blacks in the pre-World War II Civilian Pilot Training Program to fight in the war and getting President Truman to integrate the US Air Force. There would be no Tuskegee Airmen, no Red Tails without Mr. Spencer and Mr. White. They paved the way for black pilots and astronauts. See map of the tour below. The tour includes the March on Washington.
African Americans in Aviation Traveling Museum is once again out on the road in route to Oshkosh WI, to the AEE Air Show. https://www.eaa.org/eaaThis journey will have various stops along the way…..Hollbrook, AZ, Amarillo, TX, Springfield, MO, Joliet, IL and finally Oshkosh, WI. The museum is housed within a 19’ - 1937 Vintage Pierce Arrow Trailer and pulled by a Chevy Colorado. This museum is curated by Chauncey E. Spencer, II continuing his father, Chauncey Spencer Sr.’s legacy integrating blacks in the pre-World War II Civilian Pilot Training Program which led to the integration of blacks in the US Air Force and beyond. Follow our tour and learn about the Tuskegee Airmen by watching this short video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAUA-WPQEr4&t=97sDonate today to the AAA Traveling Museum and be a part of the Legacy:https://interland3.donorperfect.net/weblink/WebLink.aspx?name=E347035&id=13