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My great uncle was a career Navy man working his way up through the enlisted ranks to retire as a Lt. Commander..Spencer "Jack" Horner spent some time on the BB Colorado back in the late 30's..While serving on the Colorado during this time,he was involved in the search for Amelia Earhart..That is a neat thing to have in your family's history..My family has a "rich" history of serving in the military and we have a few folks serving in the military now..I have a nephew Ltjg.Chris McGrath serving in the Navy now flying F-18's,and my uncle's grandson Nick Speegle is serving in the 10th Mtn Division and is on his way back in harm's way..
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