He is one of the Haitian  Member of the Tuskegee Airmen, World War II fighter pilot, soccer star, and a political revolutionary.  He is a law graduate of École Militaire d’Haiti. The U.S. government needed the Haitians to organize a patrol of the Caribbean Sea during World War II and gave the Haitian government six airplanes. These airplanes could carry bombs and could be used to attack German submarines within that area. Pasquet, along with Raymond Cassagnol and Philippe Célestin, traveled from Port-au-Prince to Alabama to begin training at the famed Tuskegee Flight School – February 1943.

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