Like many of her classmates at the Officer Candidate School, Ginny Hallager embraced the Navy for the opportunity to go overseas and her chance to go on an adventure.
But that was September 1964, which meant the Naval Officer Candidate School-W – the “W” stood for women – offered limited options for service.
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