• Laurence Bazer
      In Afghanistan, Army, Kabul
      U.S. Army 1989–0000   Laurence Bazer became a chaplain in the United States Army in 1989 and served in the New York States National Guard in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. He later served a six-month tour in ...
    • Irwin Thompson
      In Army, Vietnam
        Born in Scotland, Irwin Thompson spent most of his childhood in wartime Glasgow, dealing with bombings and food rationing. He started medical school at the age of 17; he would eventually specialize in obstetrics/gynecology (OB/GYN). After ...
    • Richard Brenneman
      In Navy, Pacific, WWII
      U.S. Navy 1943–1946   When Richard Brenneman graduated from Natick High School in 1943, he volunteered to serve in the Navy. After basic and gunnery mate’s school, he decided to go into submarine service because “I was 18 and ...
    • R. Donald Scott
      In Army, Korea, USA
        This interview covers Mr. Scott’s service as a tank driver and bow gunner with the 325th Tank Battalion stateside and in Korea.   https://youtu.be/hVidb3IjtGg Share this:TwitterFacebookGoogleLike this:Like Loading......
    • Albert C. DelMonte
      In Army, Cold War
      U.S. Army 1955–1956   Born in Newton, Al DelMonte grew up during World War II. He remembers food rationing, blackouts and “gasless Sundays.” After high school graduation in 1952, he worked in the local A&P until he was drafted ...
    • John Ray (Part 1)
      In Army, WWII
        Part I: Interview discussing Mr. Ray’s service during World War II in the Field Artillery.   https://youtu.be/ZhjBcF_MKnM Share this:TwitterFacebookGoogleLike this:Like Loading......
    • Arnold Lepisto
      In Army, Pacific, WWII
      U.S. Army 1939–1945   Interview discussing Mr. Lepisto’s service in the Pacific Theater with the U.S. Army Signal Corps as a radio operator. Focuses particular on his service in New Guinea and the Philippines.   View in catalog ...
    • M. David Cohen
      In USAF, Vietnam
      U.S. Air Force 1962–1968   In 1962 instead of graduating from high school, M. David Cohen skipped the graduation ceremony to join the Air Force and eventually became a chaplain’s assistant. Surviving basic training at Lackland Air Force ...
    • Remo G. Vinci
      In Army, Pacific, WWII
      U.S. Army 1939–1945   Interview discussing Mr. Vinci’s service with the U.S. Army’s 854 Aviation Engineers in the Pacific, building airstrips in Kwajalein Atoll (Marshall Islands), Guam (Mariana Islands) and Okinawa (Japan).   ...
    • Herbert C. Ross
      In Army, Pacific, WWII
      U.S. Army 1939–1945   This interview covers Mr. Ross’ service as an administrative NCO with the 775th Tank Battalion in New Guinea and the Philippines.     View in catalog   Share this:TwitterFacebookGoogleLike this:Like ...