Robert Certain

former POW

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Rector of St Peter and St. Paul Episcopal Church in Marietta, Georgia; former Air Force navigator who spent last months of the Vietnam War as a POW; former Air Force Reserve Chaplain, he gave the invocation at the Republican National Convention

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