VALDOSTA — Retired Marine Corps Lt. Col. Oliver North signed his most recent book, ‘Heroes Proved,’ in Valdosta Monday, and members of the Colquitt County High School Junior ROTC attended. From left are Scott James, the owner and general manager of Valdosta’s 92.1 FM radio; CCHS cadet Adam Crosby; North; CCHS ROTC adviser Lt. Col Paul Nagy; and CCHS cadet Dylan Globerman.
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