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We’re so sorry, Navy! We meant to wish you Happy 235th Birthday yesterday. Really, we did! We hope we can make it up to you with this rarely seen vintage photo from WWII.
ADM Gary Roughead, CNO delivered a special message on the US Navy’s Birthday and we wanted to share that with you, too. Here’s to another great 235 years… [vodpod id=ExternalVideo.971577&w=425&h=350&fv=file%3D3c64d714a6494334b8813c069062d218%26permalink%3D%26]
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