Did you know that medal of honor recipient John Fox was a member of Kappa Alpha Psi? Fox pledged the Delta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
John was born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1915. He attended Ohio State University and transferred to Wilberforce University where he joined the ROTC. He earned his engineering degree and received a commission as a U.S. Army second lieutenant in 1941.
Fox was a member of the Buffalo Soldiers, a segregated African American division. Lt. Fox sacrificed his life during WWII after his post was taken over by German soldiers. He was awarded a medal of honor posthumously by Bill Clinton.
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