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Vietnam War Veteran Kenneth L Strohm Jr. (77) and his grandson Connor Hanula (17) discuss stories of the Vietnam War. From entering college to assimilating back into American society after the war, this interview captures the story of Kenneth L...
Morgan Zipf-Meister (39) interviews new friend Gisele Girones (19) about her experience in the Wyoming National Guard ROTC.
Spouses, Kuang Chiang (42) and Adam Supple (43), talk about Adam's service in the United States Army and his deployment to Iraq in the early 2000s.
Spouses Laura Balser (50) and Matthew Smith (50) talk about their marriage, memories of 9/11, and Matthew's military service in the National Guard.
Joe Homoki talks about his family, how they came to New Brunswick, NJ from Hungary after WWII, and about life in New Brunswick.
Gina Berdeja [no age given] interviews her nephew Mariko "Riko" Early (24) about his decision to join the ROTC program in high school and his experiences with the different branches of the armed forces.
Nash Christian (age 20) interviews his friend Don Millar (89) about Washington Island, WI and how important an education is.
Kenneth "Ken" Burtness (79) sits down with new friend and interviewer Isabella Gonzalez (25) to talk about his service in the military, working with Vietnam veterans, and how an assignment to Alaska changed the course of his life.
Chad Walker (51) speaks with his wife, Jennifer Walker (55), about his service in the military and his deployments abroad.
William Deeb, 60, talks with his lifelong friend Michael Rancer, 59, about their experiences through the years.
Sarah Deutschmann (43) talks to her parents, Jane Deutschmann [no age given] and Leonard Deutschmann (73), about their experience as a military couple.
One Small Step Conversation partners Joseph "Joe" [No name given] (52) and Jennifer "Jen" [No name given](48) talk about their faith, working in law enforcement and the importance of conversations to find understanding.
Robin "Rob" Ericson (74) talks to his brother-in-law Clayton "Clay" Nichols (83) about Clay's Army service and his career as a geoscientist.
Nancy Warner (70) interviews her friend Alex Schmidt (75) about his family's experience emigrating from Germany to the United States. They also discuss his childhood in Germany and Washington State, his military and clergy careers, and his family.
Sisters Michelle [No Name Given] (56) and Gabi [No Name Given] (52) reflect on their upbringing as military children, their own careers in the military, their family relationships, and how those experiences influence who they are today.
Frank Crum (49) shares a conversation with his colleague Roosevelt Jones (85) about Roosevelt’s childhood, his time in college, his military service, his career, his family, and his perspective on life.
Father and son Jeffrey Davis (66) and Steven "Steve" Davis (38) discuss their military experiences, life as a military family, and Jeffrey's expansive law career.
Marine veterans reflects on his service with future military leader. From Paris Island as a recruit to flying the presidential helicopter to his final duty station and the transition into civilian life.
Lusharon Wiley (70) and her fiancé Ernest Dawson (70) discuss Ernest's family, his time attending Pensacola High School during integration, being the first black football player on the team, his time at Tuskegee University and those who encouraged him along...
Jack Herther (88) discusses ROTC and his time in the Air Force that lead to his experience on a hot air balloon.
Spouses, Michael Kelly (73) and Peggy Kelly (75), talk about Michael's military service in the Military Police, his upbringing, and their time in Grafenwöhr, Germany.
Jerry Mayfield (90) speaks with his wife, Paula Rath (75), about his service in the military during the Vietnam war and his career as a doctor.
I sat down with my 16 year brother to talk his passion for the Marine Corp and what he looks forward to in the future as a Marine Corp Recruit.
Anthony Woodruff (21) interviews his mother's close friend, Natalie Veres (55), about her childhood and her time in the Army.