: Woody Hayes playfully trying to move an anchor on the deck of the USS Rinehart, a ship he commanded during his service with the United States Navy in World War II, ca. 1943. Hayes enlisted in the United States Navy in July 1941, and obtained the rank of Lieutenant Commander during World War II. He commanded PC 1251 in the Palau Islands invasion and the destroyer-escort USS Rinehart in both the Atlantic and Pacific operations.
Born Wayne Woodrow "Woody" Hayes in Clifton, Ohio, in 1913, Hayes is best-known for his 28 seasons as head football coach of the Ohio State Buckeyes. He died in 1987. View on Ohio Memory.
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: Hayes, Woody, 1913-1987; Cultural Ohio--Ohio Sports; Ohio State Buckeyes (Football team); World War, 1939-1945 - Ohio; Military uniforms Places
: Woody Hayes with anchor on board U.S.S. Rinehart photograph