Veterans connect

John hildebrand is my dad. He is corpsman in the Navy. He was in the military for 25 years. He told me lots of funny storys in his time like the time he was called old or the time when...

Betty Perritt: US Navy Ombudsman Experience

Betty Perritt relates her unique experience of serving as Ombudsman for the USS Downes

Fire on the Forrestall

We talked about the processes of going through flight school. Then, we talked about overseas deployment and an accident that occurred.

Harold Searcy Life & Times Part lll

Aviation trading thru Corpus Christi and Jacksonville. Ending with first trip to the Great Lakes for Carrier training.

David McCracken

Anne McCracken Ehlers interviewed her father David McCracken about family history, including his father’s work at Oak Ridge during WW2; his work in economics and computer programming, as well as their shared experiences as teachers; education both k12 and University...

Carter Brooks

During this interview we discussed carters life including his career, life experiences, children etc.

The Kyle Perri Podcast: The Korean War

A brief but informative summary of my uncle (John Roccle)’s experience in the Korean War as part of the US Navy.

Clemmie Everett

Clemmie Everett tells the stories of her grandfather Robert Reade and his military service.

Noanie Interview

An interview with my mom, mainly about her time in Hawaii and meeting my dad, David Martin.

Teddy Kaminski 12/10/18

I talked to my grandpa about his life growing up in St. Louis. He was in the Navy during the Vietnam war and later became a police officer and worked in Crime Scene Investigation (CSI).

William Tenney and his time in the Korean War

Mr. Tenney describes his time serving as a dentist in the US Navy during the Korean War

Interview with Grampy

We talked about him as a child and him when he was in the military.

Edward Bartley

“Don’t smoke at night and keep your head down”- wisdom from my grandfather who always has his two cents to add and never fails to make us laugh

“Gratitude never gets us in trouble.”

I’m not proud of anything I’ve done,” Paulist Father Tom Hall told the crowd gathered at his retirement party after 30 years as a Navy chaplain. He says that the room was silent. “I’m just overwhelmed with gratitude. Pride–no. There’s...

Harold Searcy: life and times

Harold recounts his life, growing up in rural Missouri, up through his enlistment in the navy during WWII

My grandpa talks about some parts of his life

My grandpa has to get along with people in the navy and he was a tech agnishion in the navy and he met momo (my grandma) at a New Years party