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Ron Delacuesta Senior ‘s military life and career
Father/daughter discussion about life in the Army, with focus on deployments to Vietnam.
During this interview, we spoke about my mom’s service in the military. What she enjoyed most and her not so enjoyable moments. We also spoke about her transition from military to civilian life.
Me and my grandfather talked about his childhood and how he grew up. We also mentioned his time in the military and how it was significant in his life.
CW2 Tony Campbell has served 21 years in the Army. He shares his experiences throughout his years of service. This includes the two combat tours he has seen and the hardships he has faced.
In this interview John Bache reflects on his parents’ immigration story and the foundation of his family, his childhood in Los Angeles, his professional life, the influence of others, and the impact he has had on others.
Second part of talking to Grandpa Skip after microphone cut out
In our interview we discussed an inside view of military life from a woman’s perspective. We also discussed the transitions to and from military life along with how her experiences shaped her into the woman she is today.
My father was a combat medic in the years before and during the Gulf War. This is his story.
A glimpse into the life of a woman in the military. A discussion of stereotypes in the modern military.
We talked about my Pappy’s life,his career,his life when he was in the military,and what he thinks of me.
Dave Greene served as a Military Intelligence officer in the Army after receiving a direct commission. Here, he shares the story of his career and some of the memorable people he met along the way.
Tressa Jilek talked answered questions about her experiences in the Army as a Quartermaster Officer. She started her career as an enlisted soldier in the Army Reserves and earned a commission through ROTC.