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By Captain Paul Sherbo, U.S. Navy Reserve (Retired)
In the beginning, there was Command. Command was the ultimate aspiration of every officer. Command was both the ultimate test and the ultimate adventure. And yet, as much as Command meant, it was not good enough.
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Captain Sherbo was recalled to active duty in June 2004 to serve as Fifth Fleet's representative to Coalition Forces in Iraq. He returned home in April 2005 and retired from the Navy Reserve in June 2006 after 30 years of service.
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