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Charles J. Apodaca Obituary
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October 23, 2018

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January 30, 2018
Jim was my CO from March -June 1969, when he was wounded on FSB Currahee. He was an excellent soldier and commander. Glad I got to meet him again at several 101st Airborne reunions.Condolences to Joyce and his family.

Randy Hyde
November 28, 2017
My brother Jim got himself drafted into the Army 3 days after his 16th birthday. He was a devoted soldier, a wonderful brother, and an example for every young man. He did more than his duty for his nation, he served in Vietnam for 3 years, wounded every year that he was there, and in his last battle, he had 100 bleeding wounds and he survived. He was a hero.

Growing up with him was always exciting. There was always an adventure he wanted to go on, whether it was building our own little boats that we made out of an old trunk or joining the army at a young age. He set an example for the boys in the family to do their duty for their country, and what an example he was! Among the men in the family, Jim as a living legend, and his legend will forever live on. Everyone admired his courage and devotion to the military.

He will be missed forever.
November 28, 2017
November 28, 2017
I only met Captain Jim 7 & 1/2 years ago (in a group setting) and wish I had met him 50 years ago. Our common bond was the101st Airborne. Captain Jim was the most thoughtful, kind and quiet man I have known, gave good advice when asked. I felt like he was an older brother. A hero to me and many others. Thomas Murray. 2/327 1st Brigade 101st Airborne (68-69). RIP Captain Jim.