Last December, eight Minneapolis police officers mistakenly raided a house on bad information. The homeowner thought he was being robbed and traded fire with the police.
Three of the officers took shrapnel damage to their body armor and helmets, but none of the officers or home residents were physically injured.
The officers have now been awarded three medals of valor and five medals of commendation. A police spokesman said the officers "performed very bravely under gunfire and made smart decisions".