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‘Kind heart, warm sense of humor’: Family remembers USS Theodore Roosevelt sailor who went overboard

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Just three days into his first deployment, Airman Apprentice Ethan Garrett Goolsby on Thursday went missing from the USS Theodore Roosevelt, his father wrote in a public Facebook post on Sunday.

The Navy on Saturday ended its 55-hour search for the 20-year-old sailor after the Coast Guard, six Navy vessels and aircraft searched more than 607 square miles for Goolsby, who went overboard Thursday morning off the coast of Southern California.

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