National Geographic : 2018 Apr
THE FREEMAN FIELD MUTINY, INDIANA, 1945 The only black bomber group created during World War II was at Freeman Army Airfield in southern Indiana when its officers tried to integrate an all-white officers’ club. More than a hundred men were arrested, and three were court-martialed. Historians consider it a significant turn in the campaign to end racial segregation in the U.S. military. See more from this series at ngm.com/Apr2018.