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Paul Tait, an Army veteran, tells the story of his life growing up and how he became the man he is today.
Twins Yaroslav and Aleksander Kek were drafted on December 1, 1989 to serve in the Soviet Union army. Sent to the military camp in Uzbekistan, they talk about their experience serving side-by-side.
Jennie was very close with her brother, and seeing him deploy to Afghanistan was very tough on her and her family.
We had a short conversation about ancestry and i found out some interesting things about my great great (a lot of greats) grandpa
Kathy Farmer shares her experience as an Army wife - the ups and downs of 24 years supporting her soldier and growing a family.
In this interview, recorded 25 November 2018, 16 year old Kaycee Doherty asks her dad, Mike Doherty about his favorite childhood memories. Mike talks about his grandmother, a great figure in his life, and what lessons an absent father taught...
Some questions about their childhood, children, and memories.
In this interview, Collins McMurray (16), talked to her grandfather, Rudy McMurray (86), about his life and memories. They talked about his childhood, parents, and grandparents. They also discussed his military service and memories of training. He discloses his opinions...
Get to know Joseph Norman Guy, my grandpa by listening to some of the following questions!
Michael Norwood (62) interviews his father, Robert Norwood (88), about his upbringing, college, the years in the army during the Korean War, and finally, his career and retirement.
Tyler’s experience in the medical field and army.
Robert Houk speaks with Kyle Meyer about his experiences in the army
A brief biographical of the life of Clarence L. Williams as given by his daughter, C. L. Williams http://digitalcollections.library.gsu.edu/digital/ Georgia State University’s Southern ￼Labor Archives DigitalCollections Library
I conducted this StoryCorps interview with my grandpa virtually due to the Coronavirus. He talks about his memories of life and his time in the Army. His Alzheimer’s Disease affects his memories but never how happy he is.
Recording of PaPa Weeden (Frederick Daniel Weeden II) and Dan Weeden (Frederick Daniel Weeden IV) on Christmas Eve 2017
Amy recounts her time as an army chaplain and tells how it has led to her current job as veterans' employment specialist and part time missionary. From her work experience with veterans reentering society, Vradenburg explains the difficulties servicemen and...