WO's War

 

 

William A. Ogletree became "WO" which were the initials he used on his radio messages many years ago. He is a very interesting man who the Coast Guard was fortunate enough to have on the payroll, even if for only six years.

There are several authentic personal articles that he wrote about in his six year Coast Guard service prior to and during WWII. Most significant is his first hand, well researched article about the sinking of the USCGC ALEXANDER HAMILTON(WPG-35). 


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