Nicholas Warr grew up on a small farm in Oregon and attended
Brigham Young University and the University of Oregon before
enlisting, at the age of twenty, in the Marine Corps in June 1966.
He attended OCS in Quantico, Virginia, and was commissioned in
March 1967. This first assignment as a second lieutenant sent him
to WestPac from November 1967 until December 1968.
War was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation for participation in Operation Hue City and was honorably discharged as a first lieutenant in March 1970. Today he enjoys a successful career in computer technology sales. He lives in Alpine, California with his wife, Pamela, and continues to work on writing projects.