Author: Tom Hogan

Tom Hogan is a retired Chief Probation Officer and former Army National Guard officer. He spent much of his professional career training community corrections staff in the use of evidence-based supervision practices and he has co-authored several peer-reviewed articles on the topic. He has had a lifelong interest in American military history. Five years ago, he began to investigate the story of a single Connecticut soldier who was taken prisoner during the American Revolution. He has since researched the experience of the more than nine hundred Connecticut soldiers who were captured or reported missing in the early years of the Revolution.