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LCDR Walter Fitzpatrick III was my guest. He is being railroaded by corruption. Listen in and do something. Don’t just stand there. This is your nation too. Listen to this podcast to hear his story and also look at the links below for websites with more information.
LCDR Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III served honorably for 25 years in the U.S. Navy. He was a distinguished graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy in 1975. He retired a a Lieutenant Commander of the US Navy in 2000. CDR Fitzpatrick is one of five survivors of a total of nine servicemen on board the “Desert Duck” helicopter which crashed in the Persian Gulf in 1987. During his years of service, he received the following honors, commendations and medals:Letters of Commendation Battle Efficiency Award (Battle E) C Service Deployment Ribbon 8 Times Two National Defense Service Medals Navy Achievement Medal Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal Two Navy Expeditionary Medals Expert Pistol Medal Expert Rifle Medal Humanitarian Service Medal Navy Commendation Medal Qualified for Command at Sea Qualified Surface Warfare Officer Qualified Naval Parachutist Wears the Wings of a Naval Parachutist Meritorious Service Medal Honorably Discharged Honorary Chief Petty Officer Honor Set Battalion Commander (Annapolis) Distinguished Military Graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, graduated third in class of 1975 for leadership Eagle Scout from Troop 508, Meiners Oaks, CA (Swabby Simmons’s Eagle Scouts)