1st and foremost, theres only one color in the military and its the color of the uniform. There are high standards to be made and kept while you serve the country. Becoming a pilot probably requires you to go above & beyond those standards. I wont go much into detail of whats involved cause i honestly dont know but i do know its Very challenging - physically & mentally testing your limits regardless or the color of your skin or race.
They want only the best flying their aircrafts. I believe the military has every right to be selective on who flies their multi-million dollar aircrafts.
I dont think the military treats ANYONE unfairly due to the color of their skin or race. It is afterall a way of life being in the military. If you lack knowledge, you will get trained. thats fair right? If you lack discipline, you will face the consequences of your actions. Thats fair enough aint it?
The Military puts its people where they need to be. Its not your race,gender,age that determines where you go/what you do. Theres quite honestly NO place for discrimination in the military and there are rules in place to ensure it doesnt happen & they train how to recognize and report it.