00:00 Lead, parents background, siblings, life before Navy, why joined; 2:45 Other family members who served in Navy (dad, maternal grandfather, mom was a WAVE), description of a WAVE, family reactions to enlisting; 4:12 How got to RTC Orlando, length of time at RTC, first impressions of base; 7:20 First days of service; 8:08 Description of daily life at RTC; 10:19 Description of daily inspections; 13:05 Description of kinds of classes they went through at RTC (firefighting, understanding rm "s on ships, Navy History, in-processing procedures); 15:25 Description of each week's routine, everything had a purpose; 17:32 Key words/mottos Navy used in training, co-ed comments; 19:10 Description of fellow recruits and social life on base; 22:14 Co-ed aspect of training, Competition Week description; 24:18 Description of his instructors; 25:57 Hardest thing from RTC (marching) and other moments of pride; 29:03 Official purpose of the Grinder and more on marching; 31:19 Other areas on the base of importance to recruits, Blue Jacket; 33:54 RTC Graduation; 36:14 Life in Navy after RTC from work in Virginia to placement at NAWCTSD (Electronic Warfare, Aviation Systems Operator, Rescue Swimmer, Europe tours, NAF Atsugi Japan, then back to Orlando); 42:49 Orlando assignment at NAWCTSD, first days at NAWCTSD; 44:31 Primary responsibilities in previous jobs and at NAWCTSD; 46:29 Types of projects he worked on at NAWCTSD (traveling simulators); 49:26 Description of what desk-top simulators look like and are; 52:48 Primary mission of NAWCTSD; 53:22 Future of simulation in Central Florida (better fidelity and higher realism); 54:49 How simulation at NAWCTSD affects other branches of service; 56:03 Most valuable lessons learned in Navy; 58:58 Description of photographs on computer that he had emailed interviewer; 1:03:31 Last comments.
Contains logs, audio and video recordings of interviews with Central Florida's veterans as part of a history class project for the students at the University of Central Florida (UCF). The UCF Community Veterans History Project(CVHP) started in fall 2010. It collects, preserves, and makes accessible to the public the experiences of Central Florida's veterans so that future generations will better understand the realities of conflict. It is a collaborativeendeavor supported by multiple departments and offices at UCF. The veterans' histories are archived and made digitally available through the UCF library and selected materials are contributed to the Veterans History Project at the Library of Congress.
Contributor Affiliation / Organization
RICHES; University of Central Florida
Department of History, University of Central Florida
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Central Florida, RICHES of, "Ennis, Marc interview" (2014). Veterans Oral Histories. 256.