Dispatches from the U.S.S. DeKalb: April 5, 1918

Source: C. Gilbert Hazlett, April 5, 1918

Source: C. Gilbert Hazlett, April 5, 1918

April 5, 1918

Had General Quarters 11.30 A.M. when we sighted a two master which would not show recognition signals, but carried American flag.

The U.S.S. Frederick fired a shot across her bow and gave chase, and after satisfying herself that she was an American ship, returning to convoy.

On watch 12 to 4 P.M.

Boxing bouts held in afternoon.

Rain and wind storm came up at 4 P.M.

Source: C. Gilbert Hazlett, April 5, 1918

Source: C. Gilbert Hazlett, April 5, 1918

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About Sean Patrick Hazlett

Conservative clean energy crusader, national security hawk, financial analyst, engineer, and former military officer.
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