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Jay Johnson
Admiral Jay L. Johnson's responses to questions from the Senate Committee on Armed Services. The questions were part of hearings on Johnson's nomination in the spring of 1996 to become Chief of Naval Operations.

"Defending the Navy's Culture"
(This is the standing ovation speech delivered by James Webb on April 25, 1996 at the Naval Institute's 122nd Annual Meeting and Sixth Annapolis Seminar. Webb was Navy Secretary in the Reagan Administration and resigned over the issue of fleet reductions. A graduate of the Naval Academy, Class of '68, Webb served with distinction as a Marine in Vietnam. )

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