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NIOC Georgia Sailors frequently visit War Veterans Nursing Home

By Seaman Robert A. Hartland
Navy Information Operations Command Georgia

A group of more than 30 Sailors from the Junior Sailors Association at Navy Information Operations Command Georgia visited the Georgia War Veterans nursing home Oct. 25in Augusta, Ga.

Sailors from the JSA make several visits a year to the nursing home for an ice cream social to help boost the veterans’ morale and hear the many stories.

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