Every 4th Tuesday of the month at 7pm ET; simulcasted to Facebook and YouTube. Conversations about all things WWII, including the stories of WWII veterans. Join us for a conversation with one of the few living Tuskegee Airmen, Harry Stewart. 96-year-old Lieutenant Colonel Harry Stewart Jr. flew 43 missions as a P-51 pilot in the all-Black 332nd Fighter Group, 15th Air Force. You can ask him questions about learning to fly at Tuskegee, serving in a segregated Army Air Corps, and that day in 1945 when he racked up three victories in a dogfight and earned the Distinguished Flying Cross.