Passage to Freedom

Cutler, Thomas J.
February 2009
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Feb2009, Vol. 135 Issue 2, p93
Conference Proceeding
The article accounts a story which emphasizes the idea of freedom as told by Lieutenant Commander Thomas J. Cutler. It cites petty officer Warren Carara's aiding of an elderly woman, who, after some hesitation, relinquished her worldly possessions to the American. It also mentions Carara's ship, which took part in what had been called Operation Passage To Freedom served for Vietnamese refugees which somehow proved that weapons are not the only means of serving a noble cause.


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