Herbert Carter

Sergio & Isaiah

Claim

Herbert Carter was a good pilot but people shouldn't have judge him because he was African American.


Textual Evidence

First Textual Evidence:

In paragraph three line 1 the author states, "The Tuskegee Airmen became one of the elite units in the U.S. military." This tells me that they shouldn't have judge him because he was African American he was part of one of the elite pilots. So people shouldn't have judge him because Herbert Carter was apart of this elite pilots.


Second Textual Evidence:

In paragraph four line two the author states, "The Tuskegee Airmen played a key role in the Allies' victory in WWII." This tells me that Herbert Carter and the other airmen were a key part of the US winning the war. So people shouldn't have judge him because he played a key part on the US winning.

Facts

Herbert Carter did 77 missions for the Tuskegee Airmen.



The Tuskegee Airmen were the elite pilots in World War 2.


The Tuskegee trained as a segregated unit.


Carter was a professor of air science at the Tuskegee University.


Later he served as a professor of space flight at the same university.