Home of the Brave: Tom Hudner and Jesse Brown - AARP
The 1950s were a time of great racial division in America, but when Jesse Brown, the Navy's first black aviator, was shot down over North Korea, his wingman Tom Hudner did the unthinkable to save him, crashed his own plane into the same mountain.
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