Navy Secretary Ray Mabus sits with Ethel Kennedy, widow of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, at the naming of the Robert F. Kennedy Navy Ship at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library on Sept. 20 in Boston.
Navy Secretary Ray Mabus sits with Ethel Kennedy, widow of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, at the naming of the Robert F. Kennedy Navy Ship at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library on Sept. 20 in Boston. Elise Amendola AP
Navy Secretary Ray Mabus sits with Ethel Kennedy, widow of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, at the naming of the Robert F. Kennedy Navy Ship at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library on Sept. 20 in Boston. Elise Amendola AP

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