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Part 1: Close Up Radio to Highlight Decorated Officer Captain Morgan Little

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Austin, TX - Morgan Little led a stellar career with the US Navy that spanned more than three decades and included notable contributions to our country as well as to fellow Veterans.  He has served in capacities (not a chronological list) that included successful junior jobs, commanding officer, executive officer, Warfare R&D (Nuclear, Biological & Chemical Warfare Defense), and other officer positions. He holds a Dedicated Service Award, an Anchor Award, a Presidential Valuable Service Award, and was honored with many other recognitions during his tenure and reserve time.

He has participated in many impactful committees, both Naval, Federal, and civilian. Captain Little served on a destroyer during the Vietnam War, and recent findings show just how historically valuable what the Army and Marine Corps accomplished together for our country was back then ( in establishing the gun line.)

Just prior to beginning his naval career, Captain Little earned his Master’s Degree in Animal Sciences. People would always tease him about what that might have to do with being in the Navy or steering a huge ship. One area that readily connects is in maintaining careful logs of data (for instance on a female horse’s production of colts.)  You see Captain Little has a special passion for the wild mustang population in America, aiming to help keep them roaming free and their bloodline pure.

Captain Little has a noticeable sense of purpose and integrity, a soft Southern voice, and clear intelligence and wit. One favorite quote of his came from one-time President Calvin Coolidge.

Morgan Little is now into his eighties and still he presses on. He might live to be 100 and add to his legacy story.

Visit Captain Morgan Little profile on LinkedIn