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Oliver Goodall

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Oliver Goodall (May 28, 1922 – October 30, 2010) was an American military aviator who served with the Tuskegee Airmen during World War II. He was involved in the Freeman Field Mutiny, and he was active member in the Tuskegee Airmen, Inc. Early life Goodall attended the University of Detroit. He joined the United States Army Air Force in Pasadena. He did most of his training at Selfridge Field with the rest of the 477th Bombardment Group. The mutiny The Freeman Field Mutiny was a culmination of many events that were caused by racism. The first was the switch from the 477th home base to a much smaller and less well-equipped base. The second being the racist commander not allowing blacks and whites to talk to each other, and the third not allowing the black officer into the officer club. This then led to 162 black officers walking into the club and then being arrested. Eventually they were acquitted. On April 5, 1945 the mutiny occurred. This happened when the last
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