About (Biography)

Robert Marsett or, Robin as he prefers to be called, served in the Army from 1969 until 1991. He began his career in aviation as a TO or Technical Observer aboard the OV-1 Mohawk. After a few years Robin retreaded from aviation to Military Intelligence where he remained until he retired.

Upon retirement from the Army, he took up the job of foreman on a large cattle ranch in Arizona. He remained on the ranch until remarrying and moving to town. Drawing on his military intelligence and ranching experience he was able to work on various research projects with the USDA Agricultural Research Service gaining a great deal of insight about science and a respect for those that apply themselves to the rigors of conducting research.
 
Robin now divides his time between writing, traveling with his wife, and sharing his love of fly fishing and the outdoors with wounded soldiers and veterans.

Useful Links:
Pamela Reed Photography  http://pamelareedphotography.com
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing http://www.phwff.com

 If you ask Robin Marsett, how he identifies himself, he will tell you, "I have been a cowboy, an underground miner, a remote camp cook in Alaska, a researcher and I've even worked aboard ship, but in the end, I remain - a soldier at heart."

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