Andy Mouw recounts his time in training and aboard the aircraft carrier Bismark Sea before its sinking on the Pacific front of WWII.
Anthony Timpanaro describes several incidents he recalls from his time in the 1st Infantry Division, including his vivid memories of the D-Day landing and moving across Europe, finally arriving in Czechoslovakia.
Bevis Traylor's memories from his time in the south Pacific during WWII as part of the "Grim Reapers." Traylor was in the 13th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force serving time in Australia and New Guinea.
Bob Jenkins, former Marine and son of WWII veteran Lew Jenkins, recalls being on the 39th floor in tower one of the World Trade Center Twin Towers when the U.S. came under attack on September 11th.
Bob King describes 7 events that could have ended his life, most of which center around his time in Vietnam as a helicopter pilot.
Bob Sohrt recounts his time in the Marines on the Pacific front from his initial training to his injuries on Peleliu.
Carl Walter tells the story of his experiences as a B-29 Bomber pilot in the Pacific during WWII.
Cecil Robinson (350th Boat Company) describes his time spent in New Guinea prior to going to Leyte, and finally the trip to the Philippines.
Cecil Robinson (350th Boat Company) recalls arriving at Leyte, being attacked by the Japanese, and heading towards Luzon.
As a young man from south Alabama, Cecil Robinson describes the time between being drafted and going through his Army training.