William H. Plackett

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United States navy officer

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According to Wikipedia, William Howard Plackett was a senior sailor in the United States Navy who served as the sixth Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy. Naval career Plackett's first duty station was with the Naval Control of Shipping Office on Bahrain in the Persian Gulf and earned promotion to petty officer third class. He transferred to the staff of Commander, Amphibious Force, United States Atlantic Fleet, embarked in in August 1959. Following that tour, he went back to the schoolhouse for Radioman "B" school and was assigned to Representative, Commander East Force/Naval Control of Shipping Office. He was there during the Six-Day War. In September 1967, just 11 years after joining the navy, he was selected as a chief petty officer. Upon completion of a tour aboard , which included an extended ten-month deployment in the Mediterranean Sea, he served as an instructor at Radioman "B" school in United States Naval Training Center Bainbridge.

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