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Matt Seale Visits Kindergarten Class

Matt SealeChief Petty Officer Matt Seale visited Ms. Renea Taylor's class to talk with the students about being a veteran. Chief Petty Officer Seale served in the United States Navy and came to greet the students in his blue camouflage Navy uniform. He talked with the students about his experiences in the United States Navy and also discussed the five branches of the United States military: Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, Navy, and the Coast Guard. He also answered questions that the students had about the United States military. Today Chief Petty Officers Matt Seale is a part of the Navy Reserves.

Matt SealeThe students wrote a thank you letter to Chief Seale to thank him for his service.

Ms. Renea Taylor’s and Ms. Susie Davis's Kindergarten class would like to thank Chief Petty Officer Matt Seale for his service and all veterans for their service in defending our country.

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