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A Naval hero's life
Draper L. Kauffman, retired, a former Superintendent of the United States Naval Academy who was known as the father of the Navy's underwater demolition teams, has died at the age of 68, the Academy announced today. Aamrrar xamman, a native or Jan Diego, died Saturday in Budapest while he and members of a Naval Academy alumni group were on a tour of Hungary, the Academy said in a statement. Although Admiral Kauffman was a member of the academy's class of , he did not receive a commission at the time because of poor eyesight. He was captured by the Germans in June , and escaped two months later, making his way to England through Spain and Portugal. Award for Recovery of Bomb.
Elizabeth K. Bush, sister—in—law of former president George H. Bush who wrote the Foreward , has delivered an overdue biography of her brother, Rear Admiral Draper L. She tells the story well, spicing it with anecdotes, excerpts from Kauffman's letters, while making full use of the admiral's oral history. Here was a man who packed several adventurous lifetimes into his 66 years. Son of career naval officer James L.
BEND, Ore. Jake's Diner owner Lyle Hicks, who hosts the local Band of Brothers meetings, said he went to visit Spence at an assisted living facility on Tuesday and learned he had died during the night., His wartime service also included participation in the invasions of Saipan , Tinian , Iwo Jima , and Okinawa. Draper L.