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Proud sailing for USS Fort Worth
by NewsReader 09-25-2012

The more than 3,000 people (2,000 from the Fort Worth area) who attended the commissioning of the USS Fort Worth (LCS 3) in Galveston enjoyed an impressive ceremony. The celebration was a historic event for the city of Fort Worth. Congresswoman Kay Granger should be congratulated for her leadership in getting the ship named after the city.

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