I never imagined that taking my son to see the movie Red Tails would inspire him to say, “Mama, I want to be a fighter pilot.” Fast forward six years and I am pinching myself as I witness his graduation from the Tuskegee NEXT program as a certified pilot.
As a parent, there are dates that mark the beginning and end of seasons in your child’s life. These dates bring opportunities for growth or moments of change that will last a lifetime.
June 17, 2018 is a day that I knew would change my daughter’s life forever…
Tuskegee NEXT has received a $25,000 grant from American Airlines to continue to help build the next generation of pilots.
At the ripe young age of 71, Carol Thomas says she has many more runway runs planned.
Over 200 runners and an awesome day!
Including the photo gallery from the event, along with the videos we played at the ball!
"This is how to accomplish your goals."
Catching up with one of our program alumni.
Growing market in China underlines the need for more good pilots.
The Chicago chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen is celebrating its 40th anniversary, and the 75th anniversary of the organization that would become the Tuskegee Airmen.
A letter from Joseph James Slawek, President & Chief Operating Officer of Fona International.
These exceptional young men and women are pursuing pilot's licenses, and careers that will change them, their communities, and the future of the skies.
Tuskegee Next is pleased to announce the selection of the 2016 Tuskegee Next cadets. These young men and women will arrive on campus this week to begin their training.
Alfred Anderson became the first Black American to receive a commercial pilot's certificate in 1932, and, subsequently, to make a transcontinental flight.
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the Tuskegee Airmen, the inspiration for Tuskegee Next.