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The history of one of the most decorated African American soldiers to serve in World War I

Retired Army Chief Warrant Officer, Aaron R. Fisher poses for his official portrait taken at Fort Des Moines, Iowa. 1918. Throughout Fisher’s 53.5 years of government service, he received the Distinguished Service Cross, the Purple Heart, the Croix De Guerre with a gold star, and an Army Commendation Medal. (U.S. Army photo)

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