• John A. Crisafulli
      In Korea, Marines
      U.S. Marine Corps 1950–1953     This interview covers Mr. Crisafulli’s service in the 1st Marine Division.   View in catalog   Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading......
    • Donald P. Oulton
      In Army, Korea, Uncategorized
        This interview covers Mr. Oulton’s service as a forward observer with the 7th Infantry Division, 32nd Regiment, 1st Battalion in Korea. He was also part of the Honor Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington Cemetery.   ...
    • Liam Walsh
      In Afghanistan, Army, Baghdad, Iraq
        Liam Walsh graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 2006, when the U.S. involvement in the Iraq war was at its height. Walsh would serve 14 months in Baghdad as an officer with the personal security team for the battalion ...
    • John K. Carlow
      In Army, European, WWII
      U.S. Army 1939–1945   This interview covers Mr. Carlow’s service as a rifleman in Europe. View in catalog   Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading......
    • Mary Ellen Crawford Ames
      In Army, European, WWII
      Red Cross 1941–1945   After graduating from Wellesley College in 1940, Mary Ellen Crawford Ames, like many of her classmates, wanted to follow their college president into the WAVES. Due to poor eyesight, she was not accepted and instead joined ...
    • Gustavus “Gus” R. Ide Jr.
      In European, Navy, WWII
      U.S. Navy 1942–1946   With a degree in engineering, Gustavus (Gus) Ide enlisted in the Navy as an ensign in 1942. After months of indoctrination, Gus was assigned to the USS Glennon (DD-620 Destroyer). Duties for the Glennon were initially to ...
    • Philip R. Cahill
      In European, USAF, WWII
      U.S. Air Force 1942–1946   Phil Cahill joined the U.S. Army Air Force Reserves in the fall of 1942 while a student at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester. He was called to active duty in the winter of 1943. He was trained as a ...
    • Edward “Ned” Brennan
      In Navy, Pacific, WWII
      U.S. Navy 1943–1946   Edward Brennan, who was born and raised in Natick, enlisted in the Navy in 1943 and trained as a pharmacists mate. He served on the USS La Prade, a destroyer escort, in the Pacific Theater, including Guam, Saipan, the ...
    • Shirley S. Woods
      In Homefront, WWII
        Shirley Woods graduated from Cornell University with a degree in sociology in 1943, and went to work as a project engineer at Remington Arms in New York, making $5 more per hour than her husband, a chemical engineer. She later worked at ...
    • John Inferrere, Part 1
      In Army, Natick, Vietnam
        These interviews cover Mr. Inferrere’s service in the 1059 Medical Co., Air Ambulance, in Vietnam and Germany.   https://youtu.be/iIfLL7ZVhbI Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading......