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Soldiers' Stories | Black Soldiers: Getting started

Welcome

Welcome to the Library's newest reading series, Soldiers' Stories, which will focus on the lives of Military Intelligence Soldiers and other service members. This first part will highlight Black Soldiers, including the Buffalo Soldier Regiment, individual stories, and a historical look at Black Soldiers in the US Army. 

This series is for anyone interested in learning more about the lives of Military Intelligence Soldiers. 

Get started by clicking on one of the boxes below or select from one of the tabs above (Individual Stories, Buffalo Soldiers, The Army Experience, Other Services) to see a list of resources. 

Colonel Charles Young

The Story of Colonel Charles Young

from the Trust for Public Lands

Buffalo Soldiers

Did you know an Arizona fort was the home of the U.S. Army's Buffalo Soldiers?

Learn about Fort Huachuca's museums via Arizona Central

General Parker

 "Upon his retirement in 1990, General Parker was the highest ranking African American Military Intelligence Branch Officer in the history of the U.S. Army."

Learn more from Tucson Rotary Club