Tuskegee Airmen Stearman
Matt Quy, a U.S. Air Force Captain, bought this Stearman bi-plane at auction without know
He later learned that the airplane had been used to train some of the country's first Afr
In honor of the men, he named the aircraft the "Spirit of Tuskegee."
Matt's wife, Tina, is shown here flying in the aircraft's front cockpit.
The Stearman is pictured here flying over Lake Pepin in Minnesota.
Captain Matt Quy and his wife Tina before beginning an adventure across America in the S
The view from the open-cockpit biplane.
(Photo courtesy of NMAAHC
The Airmen with General Clark standing with the Spirit of Tuskegee after a full day of
From left to right: Capt. Matt Quy, Col. (Ret) Fitroy "Buck" Newsum, Lt. Col. (Ret) Jame
Tuskegee Airman Capt. Samuel C. Hunter, Jr.
(Photo courtesy of NMAAHC<