A Tribute Long Coming — Navy SEAL Honored

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    Trip_Wire RIP

    A Tribute Long Coming

    His Mission Unclassified After Three Decades, Navy SEAL Killed in Vietnam War Is Honored

    By Steve Vogel
    Washington Post Staff Writer
    Tuesday, February 26, 2008; Page B01

    Riding in the dark inside a Navy helicopter over rough waters off the coast of North Vietnam, Navy Lt. Spence Dry didn't hesitate when the time came to jump.

    Dry, commanding a SEAL team, was determined to link up with the submarine USS Grayback in the waters below to continue a daring mission to rescue U.S. prisoners of war trying to escape from the Hanoi Hilton, the infamous North Vietnamese prison.

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  2. Good on him, glad he's now getting the recognition he deserves