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Casey Atwood

American Government Special Collections Reference Desk

Stock Car Racing

Casey Atwood
Person

Hometown:  Antioch, Tennessee, USA

A NASCAR race car driver.

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Casey Atwood U.S. Navy photo by Joshua Karsten
July 3, 2003
Capt. Ronald H. Henderson, Commanding Officer of the USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67), re-enlists Aviation Administrationman 1st Class Jimmy Nolen and Electronic's Technician 1st Class Charles Lackey, during a visit by NASCAR's Casey Atwood, driver for the Navy sponsored car belonging to the Fitz-Bradshaw racing team.
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Casey Atwood 2003 Winn-Dixie 200 presented by PepsiCo
U.S. Navy photo by Johnny Bivera
NASCAR Busch Series driver Casey Atwood and Adm. Vern Clark, Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), stand next to the Navy sponsored NASCAR Busch Series No. 14 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, prior to the start of the Winn-Dixie 200. The CNO is in Darlington to show support for the Fitz-Bradshaw NASCAR Busch Race Team and to serve as Grand Marshal for the Winston Cup Series Mountain Dew 500.
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Casey Atwood 2003 Winn-Dixie 200 presented by PepsiCo
U.S. Navy photo by Johnny Bivera
NASCAR Busch Series driver Casey Atwood stands next to the Navy sponsored NASCAR Busch Series No. 14 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, prior to the start of the Winn-Dixie 200. Adm. Vern Clark, Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), was there to show support for the Navy sponsored Fitz-Bradshaw NASCAR Busch Race Team and to serve as Grand Marshal for the Winston Cup Series Mountain Dew 500.
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Casey Atwood 2003 Winn-Dixie 200 presented by PepsiCo
U.S. Navy photo by Johnny Bivera
The Navy sponsored NASCAR Busch Series No. 14 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, driven by Casey Atwood races for the finish line to place in the top ten of the Winn-Dixie 200 race. Adm. Vern Clark, Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) was also at the race to show support for the Navy sponsored Fitz-Bradshaw NASCAR Busch Race Team and to serve as Grand Marshal for the Winston Cup Series Mountain Dew 500.
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Casey Atwood 2003 Winn-Dixie 200 presented by PepsiCo
U.S. Navy photo by Johnny Bivera
The Navy sponsored NASCAR Busch Series No. 14 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, driven by Casey Atwood races for the finish line to place in the top ten of the Winn-Dixie 200 race. Adm. Vern Clark, Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) was also at the race to show support for the Navy sponsored Fitz-Bradshaw NASCAR Busch Race Team and to serve as Grand Marshal for the Winston Cup Series Mountain Dew 500.
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Article Index

DateArticleAuthor/Source
14 August 2003Hall of Fame Quarterback, NASCAR Driver Visit Pentagon Walter T. Ham IV


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