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In a Navy with Lots of Traditions, a Small, Very Personal One Continues

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Some Navy traditions are formal, polished bright with age, such as the two lines of saluting senior officers on the USS Gerald R. Ford who bid farewell to Capt. J.J. Cummings after he handed over command last week. Some are less obvious, but still there — like the way Rear Adm. John Meier, the Ford’s first captain, kept an eye on his former command and spoke at Cummings’ change of command ceremony, or the way retired Capt. Thurraya Kent checked on her former Norfolk-based command of specialist staff officers after she was posted to the Pentagon a few years back….

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