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Lt. Cmdr. Donald Mitchell, senior nurse executive, Naval Branch Health Clinic-Albany, aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, retires after 30-years of active-duty service in the Navy at a “fair winds” celebration in Orange Park, Florida, May 14. During the event, Mitchell, who kicked-off his own retirement ceremony before a standing-room-only crowd of witnesses, read one rendition of “Old Glory,” and presented American flags to his wife and mother, respectively. Family and friends, donned in a sea of U.S. Navy summer uniforms and white civilian attire, poured into the Orange Park Women’s Club to celebrate the honoree.
160514-M-ZZ999-305.JPG Photo By: Verda L. Parker

May 26, 2016
MARINE CORPS LOGISTICS BASE ALBANY - Lt. Cmdr. Donald Mitchell, senior nurse executive, Naval Branch Health Clinic-Albany, aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, retires after 30-years of active-duty service in the Navy at a “fair winds” celebration in Orange Park, Florida, May 14. During the event, Mitchell, who kicked-off his own retirement ceremony before a standing-room-only crowd of witnesses, read one rendition of “Old Glory,” and presented American flags to his wife and mother, respectively. Family and friends, donned in a sea of U.S. Navy summer uniforms and white civilian attire, poured into the Orange Park Women’s Club to celebrate the honoree.


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