Dwindling Fort Ord services starts to take its toll on local military retirees.
Thursday, June 10, 1993
Rowland Brown survived three years as a Marine in World War II. He was wounded three times in Korea but he survived that, too. And he survived a tour in Viet Nam. But Rowland and Irma, his wife of 43 years, are among the casualties of defense cutbacks as the US Army eliminates the services they count on with the closure of Fort Ord.
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