Long before you were in the womb, Captain ‘O.W.’ Wardell C. Wright was hard at work building America. From earning countless accolades for his heroics in Vietnam, to topping the Navy SEAL totem pole, to personally advising Presidents Reagan and George H.W. Bush; O.W. Wright is a treasure trove of U.S. Military and counterterrorism knowledge and has walked the walk to KEEP America great.
Join your YMBL brethren for lunch at the Headliners Club on Wednesday, Feb. 8th to regale in Captain Wright's message of perseverance and stories of American bravery.
Bio and Credentials:
Captain Wardell C. Wright, Sr. (Retired) … ‘O.W.’ is a native Texan. Captain Wright retired from the U.S. Navy on November 1, 2003 having completed just over 38 years of active duty; he then retired for a second time from government service on December 31, 2015 following an additional 12+ years which gave him just over 50 years working for the U.S. Navy. The following highlights his career:
Operational Assignments as an Officer:
Significant Assignments Ashore: