None (I lost my wife in April, 2018 after 49 years of marriage)
Rob Warden, born 1970 at Ft. Devens, Massachusetts
April Warden Humphrey, born 1971 at Camp Kue, More…Okinawa
What Have You Done Since Nam
I got out of the Army and returned to my old job at Tinker AFB as a jet engine teardown worker. I re-enlisted in the Army in October, 1969 and stayed in until March, 1973. I again returned to Tinker AFB and started to college in September, 1973. I managed a music store, sold athletic goods to schools, built resophonic guitars and in 1978 went to work for Southwestern Bell (AT&T) as a salesman. I took an early retirement from AT&T in 1993 and moved back home to Oklahoma. I then worked for a high tech firm in Edmond Oklahoma for three years and another high tech firm, Gartner, for 10 years. I retired in 2006.
What Platoon and Squad Were You In?
I graduated from Prague Oklahoma High School in 1964. I was drafted at Shawnee, Oklahoma on June 28, 1966. I served with C Company, 1st BN, 12th Cavalry, 1st Cavalry Division in Vietnam from May, 1967 to May, 1968. I was a rifleman, RTO, Squad Leader, Platoon Sergeant and Platoon Leader in the 3rd platoon. I re-enlisted in October, 1969 and served with the 1st Special Forces Group on Okinawa from 1970 to 1972. I was medically retired from the Army in March, 1973. I was in the 3rd Platoon for my entire tour with C Company, except for about one month that was spent as the chief radio operator in the CP in August. When I came back from the CP, I was the squad leader for the 1st Squad.