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Alfred Baldwin, chief Watergate eavesdropper and lookout, has died
Alfred C. Baldwin III was a Marine veteran and former FBI agent who served as the chief eavesdropper and lookout for the Watergate burglars but then became a key government witness in the scandal that brought down President Richard Nixon. He died Jan. 15, 2020, but did not want his death publicized.

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Charles G. Boyd, Air Force general and former POW, dies at 83
Charles G. Boyd, a highly decorated Air Force general who was shot down as a fighter pilot during the Vietnam War, endured nearly seven years of captivity and rose to become the only former POW from that conflict promoted to a four-star rank, died March 23 at a hospital in Haymarket, Va. He was 83.
Cold War-era chief of naval operations Hayward dies at 97
Retired Adm. Thomas B. Hayward, a former chief of operations who is credited with restoring Navy pride in a post-Vietnam era that saw the transition to a volunteer force and the re-emergence of the Soviet naval threat, has died. He was 97.

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