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Bulloch History with Roger Allen - Local’s valor leads to ship named in his honor

Bulloch History with Roger Allen - Local’s valor leads to ship named in his honor

Bulloch History with Roger Allen - Local’s valor leads to ship named in his honor

Roger Allen


    Once he entered the United States Navy during World War II, Ensign Flournoy Glenn Hodges made quite a name for himself. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Wade C. Hodges, Glenn, as he was known, was a graduate of Statesboro High School.


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