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One Small Step partners Eric Terashima (53) and Sam Wheeler (53) talk about their careers, the people they most admire, and their political values.
Spouses, Haleisha Power (43) and Jeremy Power (48), share a conversation about how Jeremy's U.S. Military service impacted their relationship and family.
Spouses, Kuang Chiang (42) and Adam Supple (43), talk about Adam's service in the United States Army and his deployment to Iraq in the early 2000s.
Tina (37) talks with her friend Chuck (37) about their time in the military, his work as a federal investigator, and transitioning into civilian life.
Rosalie Dance (73) speaks to her friend, Marilyn Clark (70), about growing up in the small town of Jersey Mills, PA. As a college student, Rosalie became involved in a Quaker group. She later became a professor of mathematics, which...
John Jackson (48) talks with StoryCorps employee Hazel Diaz (33) about his deployment to Iraq, how he had PTSD when he returned, and the time it took for him to realize it and get treatment. He also talks about his...
One Small Step partners Karen Pell (69) and John Byrnes (57) talk about the partisan divide, their connections to the military, and the debate around gun control.
Catherine "Kate" Scheidt (40) interviews her brother Patrick Zeuschner (36) about his service in the Army including his two deployments, and raising a daughter.
Robert Rosado (34) and his wife Ana "Alicia" Rosado (39) discuss her decision to join the US National Guard, being stationed in Kuwait, and the after-effects of her military service.
Gina Brewer (52) interviews her spouse Kevin Brewer (48) about his service in the military, what propelled him to later re-enlist, and his decision to leave a wartime Army to go to music school.
Andrea (58) Rebecca (18) and Jan (49) remember family member John, who died in a mass shooting attack on the Capital Gazette headquarters in 2018.
Spouses Marie Santiago (31) and Danny Santiago (33) sit down for a conversation about the highs and lows of the years that they have spent together and offer some of the wisdom that they have gained along the way.
Richard Phillips (47) interviews his father, Don Phillips (47) about Don's time in the Army, his deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as the effect it had on their family.
Lisa Greenhouse (59) shares a conversation with her neighbor, Scott Ancarrow (41), about how he became a pastor in Baltimore, his current church and congregation, and how his church adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Josephine Bennett (23) interviews her father Henry William "Bill" Bennett (60) about his experience in the military, from his first day at West Point to fatherhood and his transition back into civilian life.
Paul Watkins (72) tells his friend Rebecca Davio (60) about playing football at West Point and how his military career impacted his life and his decision to reenlist post 9/11.
Ann Norman [no age given] speaks with her friend and mentor Norman "Norm" Jones [no age given] about their shared love of history and religious studies.
Joyce Chase (60) interviews her father, James “Jim” Chase (88), about his time in the United States Army and Air Force.
Timothy "Tim" Drake (54) talks to his daughter Makenzie Dorval (29) about his service in the Marines, Army, and Air Force. He reflects on his most impactful deployments and the challenges of retiring from the military.
David Morrison (53) and Vickie Morrison (47) talk about how they met and fell in love. DM sings two songs he wrote for VM, and reads some of their correspondence.
Afinju McDowell (51) is interviewed by his wife, Judi McDowell ("Over 21"), about his service in the U.S. Marine Corps and their experiences as a couple during that time in the military.
Chapin Montague (24) asks her conversation partner, Nikolaus "Nik" Guran (49), about his experiences and deployments in the military and his journey to seeking help and encouraging others to seek help for PTSD.
Blake Curtis (74) and Ryan Wing (39), uncle and nephew respectively, talk about their road to the military and the experiences and lessons learned from service.
Spouses Laura Bozeman (53) and James "Mike" Bozeman (62) discuss Mike's long and storied career with the United States military.