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Another popular story is that the members of the 332nd FG were so much better at bomber escort than the members of the other six fighter groups, that bombardment groups requested that they be escorted by the 332nd FG.

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In a sense, it was a step back toward more segregation.“ Haulman also notes that white members of the organizations were in leadership positions, and that black officers did not command white officers.

In addition, some of the white officers who were in command of Tuskegee airmen opposed equal opportunity.

As a result of this study, the Tuskegee airmen remained in the combat zone and allowed to continue their mission. Haulman details his investigation method concerning this claim and provides multiple references to back up his findings.

The subsequent study by the Air Force showed that although the combat performance of the 332nd FG was not among the best, it was similar to that of several other 15th Air Force fighter groups.

This is the type of aircraft and markings most often associated with the Tuskegee Airmen, even though it was by no mean the most common. During these same missions, even more bombers were shot down by enemy anti-aircraft fire but these losses are not taken into account as they were unrelated to the Tuskegee airmen's performance as escort fighters.

1Lt Spurgeon Ellington flew "Lollipoop II", a colourful P-51D Mustang during late 1944. His research concludes that 27 bombers were shot down by enemy fighters while they were under the protection of the Tuskegee airmen.

During an interview, one of the crew chiefs of the 301st FS indicated he had no recollection of such an event, and that the larger fuel tanks were obtained through the usual logistical channel.

Haulman indicates this myth might have found its origins in the fact that the tanks were delivered by train rather than the usual truck delivery.

An examination of the mission tasking method in use at the time also shows that it did not allow for any such requests to be made.

One of the few documents that shows how satisfied bomber groups were with their escorts indicates the highest level of escort efficiency in the 15th AF seems to have been achieved before the 332nd FG was engaged in escort missions and was the consequence of strategic and tactical decisions rather than the performance of a specific unit.

This is a difficult assertion to prove or disprove, being hardly quantifiable by nature.

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