Veteran's association aims to remember the
It's more than 50 years ago now, but Ernie Gallo still remembers where he was working as a Naval communications technician aboard the USS Liberty when the American spy ship was attacked by Israeli fighter jets in the Mediterranean Sea during the Six-Day War on June 8, 1967. "When the torpedo hit, I sat on the deck, and when it exploded, I went airborne," said Gallo, 74, surrounded in the cozy office of his Palm Bay home by books, paintings, plaques and memorabilia related to that day.
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