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The ultimate sacrifice

American Legion Post 75, Gloucester, paid tribute to four chaplains who sacrificed their lives during World War II so that others might live at Saturday’s Four Chaplains Service at the post headquarters. The chaplains were aboard a crowded troop transport that had been torpedoed by a German U-boat, eventually giving away their own life vests in order to save others. Among those taking part in the program were, from left, Henry Clark of American Legion Post 83, Mathews; Chaplain Robert Berry of Post 75; Chaplain John Seltzer of Marine Corps League Middle Peninsula Detachment 1317; Chaplain Jon Sawyer of VFW Post 8252, Gloucester; and Chaplain Eric Scott of Disabled American Veterans Chapter 58, Gloucester. See related story under the Church tab.

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