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Defending their country: U.S.S. John C. Stennis sailor Alfredo Faccindiego, left, takes the Oath of Allegiance at a special naturalization ceremony Thursday on the stern of the U.S.S. Turner Joy in Bremerton. Thirteen military members were made United States citizens. He is originally from Venezuela. Eleven of the new citizens are active duty and two are veterans. (Associated Press)
Defending their country: U.S.S. John C. Stennis sailor Alfredo Faccindiego, left, takes the Oath of Allegiance at a special naturalization ceremony Thursday on the stern of the U.S.S. Turner Joy in Bremerton. Thirteen military members were made United States citizens. He is originally from Venezuela. Eleven of the new citizens are active duty and two are veterans. (Associated Press)


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