Single Maryland mother encourages four children to seek careers in U.S. Navy

May 1997
Jet;05/19/97, Vol. 91 Issue 26, p24
Looks at Lynn Bowens, an African-American single mother of four in Baltimore, Maryland, who encouraged her children to join the United States Navy. Her children Lynelle Roberts, Trynelle McNeill, and Christian Bowens; Bowen's past experiences with poverty; Her wishes for her children to have a better life.


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