The Mysterious White-haired Man

Young Aaron interviews her Grandfather on the night before he leaves to go home in California. The two share some laughs over his children and Aaron's father. They get a bit emotional over his time in the military and the...

Michael Susi. My time in Vietnam.

The interview was great! I learned a lot about the different ranks in the military and why Michael wanted to serve just like his family did. I also learned what a typical day was like at their base and what...

My Grandmother

In this interview I talk with my mom about the amazing person that was my grandmother.

“His entire unit got wiped out.”

He was born in Egypt, but he became a U.S. citizen and served in the military here. As a licensed counselor and director of the Veterans Center at Lee College in Baytown, Texas, Ehab Mustafa has made a difference in...

Interview with Suzanne Garrett

An interview with my grandma about her last, present, and what she wants future generations to know

Gretel Enck and Mario [No Name Given]

Gretel Enck (54) interviews her colleague Mario [No Name Given] (79) about his early life, his time in the military, and his role in the Blackwell School Alliance.

Grandpa interview

This is what it was like for my grandpa during his life and time during the war

A day with Mr.ewton

I asked Mr.ewton, my biology teacher, about his family and childhood

Julia Castellano-Hoyt and Martha Tijerina

Friends Julia Castellano-Hoyt (81) and Martha Tijerina (76) discuss military service, family history, and the importance of public service. Julia served in the military along with her siblings for a combined 100 years of military service.

Combat Veteran interviews Military Widow

Mrs.Joy was kind enough to share her life experiences with me and I am forever grateful. She is a military widow who owns her own daycare. Being a combat veteran myself, I had countless questions because of the many intersections...

War baby

Me and my grandpa talked about his life. In this conversation was military life and a look into a Texan life

The importance of family

In this interview, conducted in April 23 in Orange, California. Gabrielle Wilson(21) interviewed her grandmother Dianne Wilson(80) about her life growing up. She talked about family and her childhood with her 2 sisters and 1 brother. She also talked about...

Me interviewing my Popo (Mom’s Dad)

My popo was never really that much of a talker but even this little time was amazing to here him speak from the heart

Sundra Flansburg and Robin Bumbera

One Small Step partners, Sundra Flansburg (63) and Robin Bumbera (60), share about their experience as mothers, what they find important, and how visiting Central American and Caribbean countries have shaped their views about politics and poverty.

VFW Connections

The Veterans of Foreign War hosted a Thanksgiving Dinner for the senior citizens home in Azle, Texas. I spoke with two veterans about their experiences during WWll and the Veitnam Era.

Grandad Ira's view on selective service.

For a school assignment I needed to interview my grandfather and ask him some questions about the draft for Vietnam, he never served but hes always been an opinionated man so I figured his interview would be very interesting.

Weaver Bros

Discussing with my parents a variety of topics including war veterans on both my mother's and my father's sides. Starting with my mother talking about her childhood, her father's career as a forester, and our ancestry. Read from records my...

Great thanksgiving listen with Judy Adams.

Talked about Judy Adams Moreland family, her time spent living on the outside of the Vietnam war, hippies, the Beatles, Woodstock, ect...

Jacquelyn Stokes and Quenton Stokes-Brown

Jacquelyn Stokes (65) and her son Quenton Stokes-Brown (25) discuss the members of their family who have served in the military: Dr. Lewis Wright Jr, Thomas Elder Stokes, Charles “Sonny” Couch, Wadesworth Brown Jr, and Jasen Wadesworth Brown.

Vietnam War Experience As a Marine During this Period of Time

My grandpa speaks about his time serving in 1964-1968 as a Marine and tells the experience he has been through the Vietnam War.

Mary Coker and Margaret Coker

Margaret Coker (no age given) asks her mother, Mary Coker (78), about her time serving in the Vietnam War. Both participants focus on Mary's experience being a woman in the military and how Mary's story has inspired others.