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May 27, 2011


Michael Grace

I am the son of a Naval Aviator and Annapolis graduate with 24 years experience. My godfather is a former squadron commander who flew photograph missions over Cuba during the crisis - twice, because the processors destroyed his film from the first flight. I can't believe there is no forgiveness for Commander Koss for what may have been a situation he may not have been able to avoid, as there is no specific information regarding his "infraction" available. No one was hurt and frankly, the public was never aware there may have been an altitude variation. Here's hoping the Navy has a bit of heart and can not detract from this aviator's stellar record. Michael Grace, RN Pownal, Maine

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