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- 2023 Mobile Tour 6
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James Johnson (82) talks to his daughter Nicole Johnson (48) about his experience in the Air Force, his service in Vietnam, and his transition back to civilian life.
Son, Alan Jenkins (51) interviews his father, Benjamin Jenkins (91) about his experience being one of the first African Americans in the Marines in the South during the 1950s.
Tara (34) and Amanda Hughey (26) interview their grandparents, William(87) and Jean L. Hughey (85), about growing up during the depression, memories of World War II, their courtship and marriage, and favorite life memories.
AJ Economides (88) talks to his son, Theo Economides (49), about playing sports when he was younger. He talks about his family's cooking, and some of his accomplishments.
Frank Nasakaitis (86) talks to his daughter Patricia Breux (57) about growing up on the South Side of Chicago. His many careers, including serving in the Armed Forces.
One Small Step partners Robin Mathews-Johnson (67) and Elmo Winters (72) discuss their upbringings, their political views, and their work as ministers.
Engaged couple Alexandria Carvalho (34) and Kris Standering (45) speak about Kris's experience in the military and the impacts of traumatic brain injuries.
Susan Slavish (80) shares with her conversation partner Franchesca Peña (26) her experience as a Second Lieutenant, VA nurse, mother, and Infection Control Coordinator.
Barry Dunleavy (88) speaks to his friend Maria "Mimi" Garten (71) about his experience in the United States Marine Corps during the Korean War, joining a seminary, and beginning an acting career in New York City.
Siblings Charles Scriven [no age given] and Linda Hasty [no age given] discuss Charles's childhood and about his childhood and serving in the United States Army.
Sara Phillips (33) has a Conversation with her husband, Michael Phillips (35), about his decision to join the Army National Guard, what deployment to Iraq was like, and how his military service helped shape the person he is today.
Don Hochstatter (58) interviews his father, Harold Hochstatter (84), about his childhood, his experience in the U.S. Army, his political career, his family, his perspective on death, and his Christian Faith.
Lillian Govus (33) interviews her father Steve Govus (66) about being a pilot, about how he managed after his spinal cord was severed in a car accident, and about his service during the Vietnam War.
Morgan Zipf-Meister (39) interviews Sarah Compton (49) about her ex-husband Scott Flack and his experience in the military and struggles with mental health.
James Downing (101), the last known survivor of Pearl Harbor, is interviewed about his military experiences by his friends and colleagues, Susan Fletcher (34) and Brett Clark (45).
Jennifer Walker (55) talks to her husband, Chad Walker (51), about her experience as a physician in the military.
Charita Harmon (66) interviews her uncle Albert L. Boyd (78) about his time in the US Army as a paratrooper and what it was like being a Black man in the military in the 1960s.
Mary Crist (40) shares a conversation with her father, Jim Crist (66), about his childhood, his relationship with her mother, and the concerts that each of them have enjoyed.
Spouses Pamela Bergmann (71) and John Duffy (69) discuss John's childhood, military service, ski patrol experience, and life after the military.
Theodora Niemeyer (82) interviews her friend Roger Norgaard (83) about his childhood, his golfing career, his experience flying helicopters for the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam War, and the story of how he and Theodora, who were high school...
Tamara Geyer (42) speaks to conversation partner Hazel Diaz (36) about her childhood and the difficult circumstances that led her to join the Marine Corps. She talks about the loss of her parents, the lack of opportunity that she experienced,...
Spouses, Melissa Smith (37) and Matt S (39), sit down for a conversation about their relationship, their experiences serving in the U.S. Armed Forces, and the decisions they had to make in order to start a family together.
Hillary Barton (38) interviews her great-uncle, Noel Nellis (87), about his childhood, career, family, church, and the lessons that he has learned throughout his life.