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    "Following preparatory and boarding school": if you're not going to name them, I don't see the point of saying this in the lead -- of course he had schooling before college. Done. --Usernameunique 21:55, 16 December 2021 (UTC) "a role he would reprise": "role" seems the wrong word for a military career.