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Story reflects on Navy career, current geopolitics

Retired U.S. Navy Captain Will Story addressed a recent meeting of Mathews PATH (People Aging in Their Homes) about his 34-year-long naval career and shared his opinion about the current situation in various hotspots around the world.

Also at the meeting, PATH president Peter Clendenin updated members on the latest news about the organization and recognized outgoing and incoming officers.

Story, a Philadelphia native who grew up in Morristown, New Jersey, is a 1962 Naval Academy graduate. His first assignment was aboard the USS Boston, and he spent his career both at sea and ashore. He and his wife Martha (whom he met in the fourth grade) married in 1963 and settled in Herndon for shore duty “in a nice old home.”

They did a lot of traveling and entertaining, said Story, and eventually he ended up as commanding officer with the Tactical Training Group Atlantic in Virginia Beach, where it was his job to teach tactics and strategy and to certify senior officers for sea duty.


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