Loving — but Leaving — the Military
September 23, 2019 App Interview

Retired Colonel Denise Baken enlisted in the Army in 1975 , following in her father’s military footsteps. She’d go on to serve for nearly three decades. At StoryCorps, Denise told her children — Richard and Christian Yingling — about her...

‘We Don’t Talk About it Much’: Remembering the 241 U.S. Service Members Lost During the Beirut Bombing of 1983

James Edward Brown is one of the survivors of the Beirut Bombing. On October 23, 1983, 241 U.S. service members were killed in the terrorist attack on Marine barracks in Beirut during the Lebanese Civil War. It was the largest...

An interview about mostly life in Germany and such with my Dad

As per the title, I did an interview with my dad about his life in Germany and being in the military and such.

Sharon Adams and Larry Adams

In 1997, Sharon Adams felt a call. After 30 years away from her hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, she moved back into the house where she grew up. As Sharon was fixing up her family home, she needed an electrician. That’s...

Nino Reyos and Antonio De La Fuente

In this interview, conducted in January 11, 2019, in Salt Lake City, Utah, Antonio De La Fuente interviews a friend of the family’s, Nino Reyos about his life, to have an understanding of what he’s done and of his cultural...

Mr. Jim Long, 93-year-old World War II Air Force Veteran, shares his experience and memories in an interview with Masie Hollingsworth

Mr. Jim Long, 93-year-old World War II Veteran, shares his experience and memories in an interview with student Masie Hollingsworth in Fountain Inn, South Carolina on December 5, 2018. Mr. Long discusses his time in the Air Force in WWII...