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Lieutenant Colonel William R. Washington was a resident of Crozet. He led the U.N. joint observer team for the Korean demilitarized zone in 1958, when a lone North Korean soldier attacked a U.N. military police shelter. In 1983, he led the protest effort against the Albemarle County School Board's decision to close Greenwood School.
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- Web. One-Man Attack Hits UN Shelter, Associated Press, July 8, 1958, retrieved 2019-03-11.