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In his 25 years of life, Hector has gone through a lot. Especially from the time he was old enough to enlist. His life was almost taken away from him - he would argue it was completely torn apart -...
Tough lance corporal with determination as his fuel. Was always an supplier.
Marine Corps Veteran Jerry Brunner shares stories why he joined the Marines and his service experience.
It is 11/25 at Penfield High School. I am here interviewing Zach Randall. I am talking about his life outside of school.
Marco joined the Marine Corps right out of high school. Right before he was supposed to head home, he was called in to invade Kuwait.
Michael Preston, a Marine corps veteran tells us about his life in and out of the service and being a mechanic in the Marines.
At age 91, Pete McRitchie talks about growing up in Macedonia, OH, his family, his Marine Corps service, and his employment in construction and as the Macedonia police chief. He also shares some philosophies of life.
We discussed his military service and his time deployed.
We talked about some important things in his life, and I was interested in the changes and continuities of his time versus mine. We talked about my father, the military, his wife, his parents, his childhood.
We talked about Dick Yavenue’s experience in the Marine Corps in World War II and how it has affected his life.
Mr.Preston is a Marine Corps veteran that served overseas and in the US, from 1999-2004.
My dad talks about his life growing up and what impacted his life.
Maj. Donald R. Bennett tells the story of his service in Korea and the Chosin Reservoir.
Bob Campbell talks about living and growing up through the 1940’s-Late 1960’s. He lived during the Great Depression and served in the Marine Corps.
Donald Folsom is a Marine Corps veteran of WWII who shares his experiences and how the war has impacted him and our country. He has had some difficult and hard times, but no matter what he loves our country.
I interviewed my father on his service in the United States military and his deployment to Haiti.
We talked about everyday life in the war and why he decided to join the Marine corps.
This is my interview with my long time girlfriend, fellow Marine, Mary Foley. The interview took place in her hometown of Braintree, MA. I asked her various questions regarding her childhood, family, and service.