Cathy Abbott remembers her brother, Kimberly Shawn Vaught, as a squared-away sailor and overall sweet person. The 21-year-old served as a hull maintenance technician on what was then the newly commissioned destroyer Moosbrugger. He was proud to serve, Abbott said, and planned to someday open a welding business with his best friend. But on Jan. 1, 1980, Vaught's body was found at the Holland St. and Bainbridge Ave. intersection on the now-closed Naval Base Charleston in South Carolina. He'd been strangled -- the heavy-gauge steel wire still around his neck -- when a pair of sailors found him just after noon that New Year's Day. Four decades have passed without answers. Naval investigators never determined a motive or found a suspect. Read more on Military.com.