Veterans Oral Histories

Streaming Media

Document Type

Video

Interview Date

5-4-2011

Abstract

0:00-0:20 Introduction; 0:20-1:20 Early WWII Memories as a child; 1:20-2:04 Early Sanford, his experience; 2:04-2:20 Talk of family; 2:20-3:55 Post-war Florida, teenage life; 3:56-4:40 Decision to join Navy; 4:41-5:30 Influences to join; 5:30-6:15 School life; 6:15-7:20 1955 - Joining the Navy/boot camp; 7:20-8:50 The 'national' mood, Cold War; 8:50-10:13 Boot camp; 10:13-11:05 Early service days; 11:05-12:01 His duties as a radioman, technology; 12:01-12:55 Ranks; 12:55-16:30 Places he visited, stationed; 16:30-18:30 October 1962 - Cuban Missile Crisis; 18:30-19:10 Kennedy assassination; 19:10-20:21 Cold War impression; 20:21-22:01 Ships he served on; 22:01-24:15 Time in Alaska; 24:15-25:01 Leaving the Navy/retiring; 25:01-26:01 Proudest moments; 26:02-27:31 U.S. policy before & after; 28:21-29:18 Berlin Wall/terrorism; 29:19-30:01 'Wind down,' exiting comments

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