Arlene Fox, widow of 1st Lt. John Fox, holds a Medal of Honor which was posthumously awarded by President Clinton during a ceremony at the White House on Jan. 13, 1997. In a long-awaited ceremony, seven World War II veterans became the first black soldiers of that conflict to receive the Medal of Honor.
Arlene Fox, widow of 1st Lt. John Fox, holds a Medal of Honor which was posthumously awarded by President Clinton during a ceremony at the White House on Jan. 13, 1997. In a long-awaited ceremony, seven World War II veterans became the first black soldiers of that conflict to receive the Medal of Honor. Associated Press File photo
Arlene Fox, widow of 1st Lt. John Fox, holds a Medal of Honor which was posthumously awarded by President Clinton during a ceremony at the White House on Jan. 13, 1997. In a long-awaited ceremony, seven World War II veterans became the first black soldiers of that conflict to receive the Medal of Honor. Associated Press File photo

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