• John Ray (part 2)
      In Army, WWII
        Part II: Interview discussing Mr. Ray’s service during World War II in the Field Artillery.   https://youtu.be/9W-UsLaewTo Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading......
    • Arthur Kovacs
      In American, Army, Vietnam
      Arthur Kovacs, audio interview Arthur Kovacs had finished two years’ study in civics engineering at the University of Buffalo, as well as some time in Haiti as a medical missionary, when he was drafted into the Army in 1970. He started out being ...
    • William Joress
      In Army, European, Korea, WWII
        This interview covers Mr. Joress’ service as a radio operator in Europe in World War II, and a battalion radar chief during the Korea Conflict.   View in catalog   Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading......
    • Frederick J. Grasso
      In Army, European, WWII
      U.S. Army 1939–1945   Discusses Mr. Grasso’s service as a truck driver with the 491st Armored Field Artillery Battalion in the Rhineland and Ardennes. View in catalog   Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading......
    • James V. Arena
      In Korea, Marines
      U.S. Marine Corps 1950–1954   In peacetime 1950, James Arena decided to enlist in the Navy with a friend, and although the friend was a no-show, Jim continued to Boston, where a recruiter convinced him instead to join the Marines. On leave when ...
    • Henry T. Bengis, Part 2
      In European, USAF, WWII
      U.S. Air Force 1939–1945   Discusses Mr. Bengis’ Army Air Force service with the 379th Bomb Group in Europe during World War II. This is part two of the interview, and focuses on his experiences as a POW in Stalag Luft 1 in Germany. ...
    • Dorothy B. Ahern
      In Army, Pacific, WWII
      U.S. Army 1939–1945   Discusses Mrs. Ahern’s service with the Army Nurse Corps with the 248th General Hospital in the Philippines during World War II. View in catalog Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading......
    • Nicholas Paganella
      In Army, Army NG, Korea
        Nicholas Paganella was born and raised in Marlborough, Mass., and joined the U.S. Army from the Mass. National Guard for the G.I. Bill. He spent more than a year in Korea at the DMZ, where “they looked at us and we looked at them.” Paganella ...
    • Harry Westcott
      In Army, European, WWII
      U.S. Army 1943–1946   Harry Westcott was drafted into the Army in 1943, shortly before his 19th birthday. He was assigned to the 75th Infantry Division and became known as the “guy that carried the radio,” accompanying the ...
    • Warren Donovan
      In European, USAF, WWII
      U.S. Air Force 1939–1945   Discusses Mr. Donovan’s Air Force service with the 384th Bomb Group as a bomber pilot in Europe during World War II. On Feb. 25, 1944, Mr. Donovan was shot down over Stuttgart and held prisoner at Stalag Luft I ...