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AFRICAN AMERICAN WARRANT OFFICERS - THEIR REMARKABLE HISTORY by Farrell J. Chiles

AFRICAN AMERICAN WARRANT OFFICERS - THEIR REMARKABLE HISTORY

by Farrell J. Chiles

258 pages
African American Warrant Officers - Their Remarkable History is a compilation of articles, biographies, and stories about African Americans who served or are serving in the United States Army Warrant Officers Corps. The book is in conjunction with the 100th Anniversary of the Warrant Officers Corps (1918-2018).

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About the Book
African American Warrant Officers - Their Remarkable History is a compilation of articles, biographies, and stories about African Americans who served or are serving in the United States Army Warrant Officers Corps. The book is in conjunction with the 100th Anniversary of the Warrant Officers Corps (1918-2018).

There is an African proverb that says "Until the lions have their own historians, the history of the hunt will always glorify the hunter."

This historical book tells the history of African American Army Warrant Officers. Their history is rich and their achievements and contributions to the United States and the United States Army are remarkable. This book allows African American Army Warrant Officers to tell their stories.

The stories include 84 year old Chief Warrant Officer Three (Retired) Julius Green, the first African American deep sea diver in the U.S. Army; CW5 (Retired) Rufus N. Montgomery, Sr., the first African American Warrant Officer inducted into the Order of Eagle Rising Society; and CW4 (Retired) Leonard Dungey, who at age 95, shared his Army story in his autobiography "The Best Man I Can Be".

These and other stories are a part of fiber of African American and Military history.

 

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About the Author
Farrell J. Chiles Farrell J. Chiles is a retired Chief Warrant Officer Four (CW4) with 38 years of military service on Active Duty and in the Army Reserve. He is a Vietnam Veteran. Chiles was the first recipient of the CW4 Michael J. Novasel Outstanding Warrant Officer of the Year Award and the Don Hess Lifetime Achievement Award. He resides in California.

 

 

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