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Warren Martin

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Master Sergeant Warren Martin, USA (ret.) “served 21-years in the United States Army and was born in Baltimore Maryland in 1956. His father Sam was from the Front Royal Virginia and was in the Army stationed in England when he met Warren’s mother Agnes, who was from Ireland. His parents divorced in 1962 and Agnes returned to Ireland taking Warren with her where they lived in the Kilkenny County area until 1966. In 1966 Warren returned to the New York City with his mother, and although his parents remained divorced he was reunited with his father. Warren attended St. Stephens of Hungary Elementary School and Power Memorial Academy High School where he was known by many as “Irish” and “Marty.” He ran track on his High School Championship Track Team while also taking Karate at Moon Su Lee Karate School in Astoria, and working as a delivery boy for D'Agostino Supermarket at Lexington and 75th in Manhattan.

In 1975 Warren joined the Army, met his wife Debbie, had three children and traveled extensively as a military family. While in the Army Warren served in the Infantry, Military Police and the majority of his career in Special Forces with 1st Special Forces Group in the Asian Theater and later in USASOC . After retiring from the Army Warren transitioned into business and worked for Domino’s Pizza as a Regional Manager in Seattle, Philadelphia, and later became a Domino’s Pizza Franchisee. Warren has earned a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of New York, an MBA from the University of Michigan-Flint, and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Business and Organizational Leadership from Northcentral University. He currently resides in St. Louis Missouri with his wife Debbie of 35 years and is pursuing writing, research, teaching, and support of fraternal, charitable and other organizations.”  Master Sergeant Warren Martin is the author of Forgotten Soldiers What Happened to Jacob Walden.


According to the book description of Forgotten Soldiers What Happened to Jacob Walden, “Cold War Mystery about Air Force Captain Jacob Walden shot down over Vietnam in 1970 and the untold story of why he never returned home. Forty years later Journalist Ted Pratt investigates what may be the sudden reappearance of Jacob Walden and follows the trail to find Jacob. Ted encounters Charlie Smith, a secretive and seasoned Operative who may have answers to the question about “What Happened to Jacob Walden,” and why Jake never returned home.”

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