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Ex-commander of vessel settles charges

Resolution of case was private, Navy says

Thomas C. Graves had been waiting to hear if he would face a court-martial. Thomas C. Graves had been waiting to hear if he would face a court-martial.
By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / October 29, 2007

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The former commander of the famed USS Constitution in Charlestown privately settled a series of charges against him last week, a resolution that a Navy spokesman says is not public. (Full article: 224 words)

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