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Interview of William Fletcher by Blaise Flamio

November 3, 2014

Feature Article

Hailing from the small town of Moncks Corner in South Carolina, Bill Fletcher is a retired Air Force Master Sergeant with more than 15 years of active duty experience in military law enforcement. He served honorably both in the Vietnam War and in the jungles of South America during the Panamanian conflict in the late 1970s. His unique experiences working with security forces overseas—as well as with the Green Berets—honed his skills as a warrior and as a leader of his men.

Today, Mr. Fletcher Still serves his community by placing himself in harm’s way. Mr. Fletcher is the head of the campus police at The Citadel. As for his military service, he says he “would do it all over again” if he had the opportunity. He would also recommend service for any able-bodied American willing to fight for freedom. Mr. Fletcher is an amazing man and the model of a true American hero.

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