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March 24, 2017

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September 11, 2016
August 5, 2015
I did not know Colonel Archer personally, however, I feel as though I've known him all my life. I read an article about him in the Journal news dated April 9, 2007 when he was awarded the congressional gold medal. I was taken by his story so much so that I kept it for the last eight years and came across it today buried with other interesting articles I saved over the years. I Googled his name and found out of his passing. I wish I could have had the pleasure of meeting him in person. Perhaps I will. What a great man. I'm sure God has given him a special place, close by. God Bless Colonel Archer and his entire family.
February 6, 2012
I met then Major Lee Archer when he was my ROTC instructor at NYU in 1952-3. His stories of flying bomber cover over the Ploesti oil fields in Roumania remain one of my great class memories from my college days. So glad to see now how successul he continued to be after our brief encounter.
January 21, 2012
To the family of Lee Archer, you should be very proud of him. Certainly, someone who made a difference.
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