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Tagg Romney served in Bordeaux, France.

Matt Romney served in Paris France.

Josh Romney served in Leeds, England.

Ben Romney served in Australia.

Craig Romney served in Santiago, Chile.

(source: A Mormon in the White House? by Hugh Hewitt pg. 82)

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