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Life Arts    H4'ed 2/16/19

A Hundred Yard Dash in Nine Seconds

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Shortly afterwards Kauffman got news that he was to be given 30 days home leave. Trading uniforms, he founded the U.S. Navy's EOD program - now much employed in IED technology - and became the Navy's first frogman/SEAL, in the process earning two Navy Cross awards for conspicuous gallantry. Kauffman ended his career as a rear admiral and 45th Superintendent of the U.S. Naval Academy.

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German-born (1940) immigrant (1958). US Army 1958-1964. Vietnam 1962-1963. USN 1969-1993. Hofstra University BA 1966; University of New Mexico MA (1968), PhD (1971). Fully retired. Married. Five children, three grandchildren. Resident in (more...)
 

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