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Record: HALLETT, OLIVER S. (COMMANDER, U.S. NAVY)
Sources: CIA document dated 8 September 1964 (MMF 1742); Death of a President, Manchester, 34-35, 222, 256, 275, 289
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Naval attache in US Embassy in Moscow in 1959. His wife was Embassy receptionist. He knew LHO in Moscow. His name appeared on U.S. Embassy, Moscow, Diplomatic List in 1959. His name was in "Sammy" paper (MMF 1742). He then had submarine duty but in Feb 1963, he is posted to White House. He ordered Cabinet plane back to Washington 11/22/63. Ordered White House flag to half mast (the first flag in nation to go down). Hallett died Oct 30, 1992. Survived by wife: Joan and daughter, Carolyn Hallett Maginnis (Mrs. Francis Xavier Maginnis of Herndon, VA.)

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