I want people and future historians to remember Lee Archer Jr. I want them remember him for the breakthroughs he made for African-Americans. Lee Archer flown with the famous Tuskegee Airmen during World War II. Archer flown in 169 combat missions including bomber escort, reconnaissance, and ground attacks. Also, Lee Archer made history when he shot down 5 enemy planes which made him become America’s first black ace in the P-51 Mustang which is shown on the back wall. After the war, Lee Archer earned awards such as the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Congressional Gold Medal which is also shown in the back wall. The table with pills on the back wall signifies the illness & death of Lee Archer Jr on January 27th, 2010.