The Men Who Changed the Way America Wages WarThey were often treated as second class citizens, yet many (if not most), of the African American men who eventually joined the Tuskegee Institute volunteered to serve during World War II. Why? Find out in Red Rails: The Real Story of the Tuskegee Airmen , as the film takes you directly to the Tuskegee training base as it exists today. And through the use of archival footage transports you to the battles where some of Americas bravest men fought in the air and on the ground. Hear from their family and friends, and see film and pictures from the war that capture the thrill and danger of air battle over Europe. As seen on public televisionHear from actual Tuskegee AirmenSee personal photos and videosWatch historic battle footage from WWIIVisit the Tuskegee training baseBONUS: 60+ minutes of extra interviews, archival footage and more!