Bartow old timers, and I certainly count myself among them, are familiar with the unique claim to fame of Roy Trent Gallemore, a distinguished Naval officer from a family of distinguished Naval officers.
He is not so much famous for attaining the rank of captain (one rank below admiral) as he is for bringing in a submarine under sail in May 1921. It had never been done before, and probably has never been done since.
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