Proceedings Magazine - October 2005 Vol. 132/10/1,232

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The odyssey of Marine Corporal Ross Craft began with his hunt to find his aunt and uncle, Diane and Richard Angelico, who were missing in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

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