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Luciana Herman (36) speaks with her colleague and professor Dr. Lauren Rosenberg (56) to reflect on the different way of life that military families live, and how this shapes military children's upbringings and military spouses’ relationship dynamics.
John Bechtol (54) and his daughter Alison Bechtol (30) talk about their experiences as a military family and how Alison was inspired to join the military after her father and other relatives served.
Jeanne Doty (87) tells her grandson, Patrick Johnson (30) about growing up in England during World War II.
John Porvaznik (89) talks with his nephew Brett Hunt (30) about his youth and military life.
LaWanda Jones (38) interviews her son, Joseph Jones (13), about his involvement in the WINGS Performing Arts Program at Lynn Meadows Discovery Center in Gulfport, MS. They talk about how Joseph's experiences on stage have helped him come out of...
Clayton Bradford, 24, tells his mother Janice Bradford, 54, about his experience in the United States Marine Corps and his two deployments in Iraq.
Ty Harris (50) speaks with his daughter Kaylea Harris (19) about how his career in the Air Force shaped his family, explains the political context of the Iraq War, and remembers some of the people he met while there. Ty...
Melanie Dunne (33) and her sister Marissa Miranda (47) share memories of Melanie's husband and Marissa's brother-in-law, Josh, who was a Marine and was pursuing his degree in social work.
Spouses Victoria Chamberlin (37) and Michael "Mike" Chamberlin (38) share their experience as an already married couple enlisting in the United States Army Band.
Leslie Gordon (57) interviews her father, Henry "Jack" Gordon (84) about his upbringing in a military family and his service in the United States Army.
Lawrence "Larry" Flores (70) and his cousin Emily Guerra (71) sit down to talk about their many family members who served in the military and the legacy of Hispanic and Latino service members in the United States.
Frances Williams [no age given] is interviewed by her friend Monika Kimball (75) about her life as a military spouse and her experiences serving in Vietnam as a logistician.
Victoria Holmes (81) and her niece Amy Buesing (61) chronicle their family's history in the military, and Victoria also talks about her and her husband's experiences traveling the world as a military family.
One Small Step Conversation partners Jay Parker (55) and Pam Lehman (73) talk about growing up in a military (both Airforce) family, the can-do spirit of High Plains people, racism/segregation (not in military, but off base), how travel informs perspective,...
One Small Step participants Julaine Hunter (49) and Rhonda Jones (52) talk about the ways their childhoods shaped their politics, how COVID has affected them, and the recent loss of Julaine's daughter.
Christina MacBride (54) talks to her father, Grady Jackson (82), about his experience in Vietnam and the plane crash that he survived while serving in the Navy.
Robin "Rob" Ericson (74) and his sons David "Dave" Ericson (44) and Douglas "Doug" Ericson (40) talk about their military service and what it means to be a military family.
Mark Sprenz (41) and Stacey Sprenz (42) talk about Mark's years of service in the U.S. Marine Corps.