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History of Underwater Demolition Teams

Event Date:

February 7 @ 7:00 pm

Venue:

The Emerson Center
1590 27th Avenue
Vero Beach, FL 32958

Organizer:

Bonnie Pendleton
772-388-8665
bonnie2152@att.net

Program Description:

Richard Kaiser, retired U.S. Navy SEAL and recipient of the Silver Star for Valor (Battle of Mogadishu – “Black Hawk Down”) will bring stories of the incredible role Navy Underwater Demolition Teams and Sea, Air, Land teams have played in some of the most challenging military assignments ever undertaken on behalf of our nation.

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