Joseph Bouchard

US Navy (retired)

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Retired captain with the US Navy and former commanding officer of Naval Station Norfolk, the world's largest naval base; former representative in the Virginia General Assembly, serving Virginia Beach (2008-2010)

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Rising sea levels already cause flooding in many American cities. Increasingly high tides at coastal military bases pose a threat to national security.

A Wake-Up Call for Slow Moving Disaster

Rising sea levels already cause flooding in many American cities. Increasingly high tides at coastal military bases pose a threat to national security.

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