venue: Door-to-Door Kit F
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.
Dr. Jacquelyn Williams (69) speaks with her daughter Katrina Graham (43) remembering the life of husband and father Gary Williams, his career as an Army pilot in the Vietnam War, marriage, fatherhood, and retirement.
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.
Joe Smith (77) speaks with new friend Zazil-xa [no name given] (25) about dropping out of high school, hitchhiking and train-hopping, enlisting in the US Navy, and meeting his wife on a blind date.
Larry Candelaria (76) speaks with his wife, Connie Candelaria (78), about his childhood, his experiences working as the chief of a casualty division in Vietnam, meeting Connie, and their life after getting married.
Billy Carpenter (72) is interviewed by his co-worker Steve Montanez (39) about his 32-year long career in the US Army Reserves.
Karen Woods [no age given] and her friend Carol Gaines [no age given] sit down to talk about the history of women serving in the military. The pair also share some stories of their own time in the service.
Jesse Addison (73) speaks with James Jaramillo (76) about their time in the United States Navy during the Vietnam War, being drafted, volunteering, and coming back to life after the war.
Harold Harris (80) is interviewed by his friend Meeshell Duran (47) about his childhood, his time in the military, and his life in New Mexico after his service.