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Citizenship ceremony on historic Bremerton ship

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BREMERTON -- Thirteen members of the U.S. military have a memorable location for becoming U.S. citizens in Thursday's naturalization ceremony on the museum ship Turner Joy in Bremerton.
The Citizenship and Immigration Services scheduled the ceremony in connection with honor Armed Forces Day, which is Tuesday.
Eleven of the new citizens are active duty and two are veterans.

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