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Topic - Ronald Crockett
"I was working at the Navy Yard and remembered a Navy guy at Howard University passing out material," he said. "I wanted to fly, having watched those World War II movies. I went to the [Anacostia] Naval Air Station, passed the written and physical exams and in 1955 went to Pensacola [Fla.], and I was stationed at Patuxent [in Maryland]."
"You find out a lot about yourself in the military," Mr. Crockett said.