Daniel "Chappie" James Jr.

By Kylie Mollner

February 11, 1920 - February 25, 1978

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"Nobody dislikes war more than warriors." ~Daniel James Jr.

Career Life for "Chappie"

Daniel flew combat missions for things such as the Korean War and the Vietnam War. In 1720, he became an assistant deputy security. During World War II, he served primarily as an instructor.

Interesting Facts

Daniel was the first African-American to become a Four-Star General in the US Air Force.


He graduated in 1937 and went to college at Tuskegee, a famous African-American school.