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Webb attended more than a dozen schools across the U. At Annapolis, Webb was a member of the Brigade Honor Committee and the Brigade Staff.In the private sector he has been an Emmy Award winning journalist, a filmmaker, and the author of ten books.In addition, he taught literature at the United States Naval Academy and was a Fellow at the Harvard Institute of Politics.Webb's parents are buried at the Arlington National Cemetery.Webb is descended from Scots-Irish immigrants from Ulster who emigrated in the mid-18th century to the British North American colonies.Webb's 2004 book Born Fighting: How the Scots-Irish Shaped America details his family history, noting that his ancestors fought in every major American war.A 2014 TV documentary on the Smithsonian Channel, also entitled Born Fighting, was adapted from Webb's book and is narrated by him. After graduating from high school in Bellevue, Nebraska, he attended the University of Southern California on a Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps scholarship from 1963 to 1964 In 1964, Webb earned appointment to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.As a member of the Democratic Party, Webb announced on November 19, 2014, that he was forming an exploratory committee to evaluate a run for President of the United States in 2016.
(born February 9, 1946) is an American politician and author.He has served as a United States Senator from Virginia, Secretary of the Navy, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs, Counsel for the United States House Committee on Veterans' Affairs and Marine Corps officer.As the second of four children and the older son, he grew up in a military family, moving frequently as his father's career in the United States Air Force required.The family crisscrossed the country, living in Missouri, Illinois, Texas, Alabama, Nebraska, California, and Virginia, as well as in England, where his father was an exchange officer with the Royal Air Force.
His father flew B-17s and B-29s during World War II, and flew cargo in the 1948-49 Berlin airlift.After developing an inner ear disorder, Meniere's Disease, he became a pioneer in the Air Force missile program, later serving as the Commanding Officer of the 1001st Missile Squadron at Vandenberg Air Force Base.