Pilot considered the only ace Tuskegee Airman dies – Washington Post


The Washington Post reports today in a piece entitled Pilot considered the only ace Tuskegee Airman dies that Lt. Colonel Lee A. Archer, USAF (Ret.) died today at age ninety in New York.  He is generally considered to be the only Black ace fighter pilot of World War II.

Rest in peace, Colonel.

CWO3 Tom Barnes, USCG (Ret.)


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