Local author Pia Marie Winters Jordan joins us to discuss her mother's 10 years of military nursing & work with the Tuskegee Airmen. During World War II -1942 to 1946- 28 women from the Army Nurse Corps staffed the station hospital on the base where the Tuskegee Airmen were undergoing pilot training. These women were African-Americans, graduates of nursing schools from around the U.S., registered nurses and lieutenants in the Army Nurse Corps. They were military officers and the pilot cadets saluted them. Jordan will be in conversation with the President of the African American Heritage Association, Gwendolyn Reese!