Navy vet known as 'Sea Lord of Mobile' has died

Source: American Military News - View Original Article
Published: Jan 21, 2020
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93% "Hal Pierce was announced Saturday at a debate among GOP candidates for Alabama's District 1 Congressional seat held at the Daphne Civic Center.""
89% "Never without a patriotic hat on, Lathan said.""
73% "Terry Lathan, chair of the Alabama Republican Party, said at the debate that Pierce made an impression on all those who knew him.""
66% "Pierce was also active in the American Legion, VFW, the South Alabama Veterans Council, served as a commissioner for the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial ..."


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93% : A colorful and beloved veteran known as the "Sea Lord of Mobile," has died, according to veterans groups and Republican Party officials.
93% : Hal Pierce was announced Saturday at a debate among GOP candidates for Alabama's District 1 Congressional seat held at the Daphne Civic Center.
89% : Never without a patriotic hat on," Lathan said.
73% : Terry Lathan, chair of the Alabama Republican Party, said at the debate that Pierce made an impression on all those who knew him.
66% : Pierce was also active in the American Legion, VFW, the South Alabama Veterans Council, served as a commissioner for the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park, and worked for years with the Alabama Lighthouse Association to preserve the state's lighthouses.

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