The Airman's Airpark

On the grounds of Tinker Air Force Base you'll find an airpark with a collection of planes dedicated to the history of the base's aircraft and a legendary Tuskegee Airman. The larger-than-life park is named for Major Charles B. Hall, the first African American to shoot down an enemy aircraft during World War II. This week on LoyalTV, join us in Midwest City to explore the park that honors his 198 combat missions and nearly two-decades-long career at Tinker.