Dispatches from the U.S.S. DeKalb: March 22, 1918

Source: C. Gilbert Hazlett, March 22, 1918

Source: C. Gilbert Hazlett, March 22, 1918

March 22, 1918

Arose 7 A.M.

On watch 12 noon to 4 P.M. Fog settled at 2.30; could not see 60 yards from side of ship; fog whistle blowing every two minutes.

At 1.30 P.M. Captain Gherardi held mast; Master-at-Arms Johnson advised me that I was on report for being absent from station at General Quarters on March 18th. Unable to go to mast account being on watch.

Ship passed Cape Charles Lighthouse 7 P.M.

Anchored Newport News, Va about 10 P.M.

Source: C. Gilbert Hazlett, March 22, 1918

Source: C. Gilbert Hazlett, March 22, 1918

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About Sean Patrick Hazlett

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