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By DAVID B. ALMOND

As a tender, black seventeen 12 months previous, clean out of L.A. highschool, l. a., Ca., in 1972, David Almond was once approximately to embark at the U.S.S. Kitty Hawk. An exuberant, keen sailor, David was once able to serve his kingdom, having simply been permitted and inducted into the USA Navy.
Excited to “see the world,” he was once ignorant of the ticking time bomb that was once approximately to blow up in the course of an period of strained racial family members among blacks and whites within the army. “What was once occurring at the ‘Hawk’ used to be a microcosm of the introspection of the soul of the United States. America’s soul used to be in clash, tortured and twisted. undesirable turned stable, and strong turned evil.”

“I was once very inspired together with your publication! The huge learn, your sort of writing, and commitment for authenticity to the tale was once definitely apparent.”

—Ben Cloud,
Captain U.S.N. Retired

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