Thanks for the newsletter, blog, and all the humor.
It’s all great. I remember you from the Teenagers softball team. I was 15 going on 16 at the time I was in Saigon, and was in the class of 62. However, we arrived in Saigon in November, so I had to start school in the second semester. I only took two courses: 11th grade English, and Plane Geometry. We left Saigon one year later, in 1961, and when I got back to the States (Fort Carson, Colorado), I was put in the class of 63.
Since then, I graduated from West Point, in 1967, spent nearly 25 years in the Army, two more years in school after retirmement, then the past 14 years teaching Special Education, in San Antonio, Texas.
I’m attaching a picture of some of my family. My wife, Yen, is the sister of our Vietnamese buddy, Jacques (he now lives with his family, in Channelview, TX).