Adm. Richard E. Bennis, Captain of the Port of NY During 9/11, Dies at 52

September 2003
Sea Power;Sep2003, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p52
Presents an obituary for Richard E. Bennis, a member of the New York City Council's Advisory Board and Captain of the Port of New York, died August 3, of melanoma cancer.


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