0:00 Introduction; 0:30 Birth place and date; 0:40 Growing up; 0:47 Siblings; 0:57 Parents occupation; 1:17 High School; 1:36 Difference in English High School compared to U.S. High School; 1:57 Foreign friends; 2:34 Family members in the military; 2:48 Post High School; 2:52 Decision to join the Navy; 3:20 Choice of military occupation; 3:30 Family and friends reaction to joining the Navy; 4:01 Location of Boot Camp; 4:18 First impression of Boot Camp; 5:08 Memorable experience at Boot Camp; 5:45 Additional training; 5:54 Impression of A school; 6:19 First assignment after training; 6:30 Transport to Naval Air Station Sigonella; 7:00 Impression of Sicily; 7:30 Interaction with Sicilians; 8:09 Interaction with North Atlantic Treaty Organization countries; 8:18 Entertainment in Sicily; 8:30 Contact with Family; 8:47 Leaving Naval Air Station Sigonella; 8:55 Next station; 9:08 Opinion of D.C. station; 9:40 Role in D.C.; 10:28 Memorable experiences in D.C.; 10:58 Opinion of D.C. area; 11:14 Leaving D.C. to next station in Maine; 11:30 Meeting Husband; 11:52 Husbands job; 12:18 Impressions of Maine; 12:46 Role in the Squadron; 13:25 Opinion of the P-3s; 13:53 Favorite place that she traveled to; 14:10 AIMD Oceana, Virginia Beach; 14:18 Opinion of Virginia Beach; 14:36 Role at AIMD Oceana; 14:50 Average day on leave; 15:22 Time at AIMD Oceana; 15:30 Decision to retire; 15:58 Awards; 16:30 Nuck; 16:52 Highest rank achieved; 17:08 Favorite Station; 18:15 Last days in service; 18:55 Training for civilian life; 19:32 Opinion of how it affected her transition; 20:00 Gender affecting service; 20:58 Civilian life after leaving the service; 21:24 Move to Florida; 21:34 Contact with those served with; 21:42 Military's impact on post military career; 22:32 Advice for someone joining the military; 23:27 Closing Statements; 23:42 Opinion about having a neighborhood where she went to Boot Camp; 24:35 Getting employed by JHT; 25:10 Closing Statement (continued).
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.
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RICHES; University of Central Florida
Department of History, University of Central Florida
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Central Florida, RICHES of, "Frost, Tracey interview" (2015). Veterans Oral Histories. 332.