This segment focuses on the racial discrimination that existed during World War II and how it affected those who served their country.
The military was segregated. There were African Americans from South Carolina who served as Tuskegee Airmen, and there were others who served in a wide variety of roles. Some saw combat, but most worked in support roles. All were segregated from white troops. But there were those who worked together. African American servicemen provide their recollections.