Woityra, William
November 2016
Sea Power;Nov2016, Vol. 59 Issue 9, p64
The article profiles Domestic and Polar Icebreaking Mission Program Manager Commodore William Woityra. Topics include the background information of Woityra including his education at the Coast Guard Academy, his previous reponsibilities in the organization, and his employment as Coast Guard's program manager for domestic and polar icebreaking missions.


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