My dad and you would have a lot to talk about :winkBack in late 1964, my wife and I went with my College English class, by bus from UCONN, to the theater district in NYC to see "Tiny Alice", by Edward Albee. We got married in 1964, while I was still in college, because I was in ROTC, en route to a regular commission in the Army and a rapid deployment to RVN. It was a great experience for her because she was from Connecticut and I was from NY. Sure enough, I graduated on June 7, 1965, with orders to report to Armor School at Ft Knox, KY, in 3 days. Things moved fast from there!
He did the same thing through Purdue. It was through the Navy however. As a young guy, he was really interested in the Navy's Nuke program which was still fairly new. He spent 30 years on Nuke Subs and helped a lot with the entire program. He was even in charge of building the training sub they use in Groton, CT. I was born at Bacchus Hospital :wink