A midair courtship: Tuskegee's historic love story
She was the bold, daring woman who caught his eye. At 18, she'd become the first black woman in Alabama to earn a pilot's license. She had hopes of becoming a military pilot, too.
Mildred Carter's Obituary
In an interview with The Montgomery Advertiser he recalled how they had flown in a two-plane formation high over Alabama. He remembers how they laughed and exchanged silent "I love you" signals over their engine noise 3,000 feet above Lake Martin.
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