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- Bruce Henderson Author of twenty nonfiction books, including the number one "New York Times" bestseller "And the Sea Will Tell" and "Down to the Sea: An Epic Story of Naval Disaster and Heroism in World War II." He served as a U.S. Navy Seventh Fleet weatherman from 1965 to 1967.
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