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"Commonwealth Colonels is not a secret society, it is an open-source history project, our development online is to promote commissioned officers as public figures, community leaders, and goodwill ambassadors that are well-respected, fair, and trustworthy ladies and gentlemen from all walks of life who have been recognized with the honor and virtue of earning the title of Kentucky Colonel. This website is presented as a literary affair and is subject to this basis for further development into copyrighted published works and printed materials."
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