vva1068 - interview with the Vietnam veteran mp3 album
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My podcast Vietnam Veteran News is about news of interest for Vietnam Veterans from a Vietnam. Podcast: Play in new window DownloadEpisode 1394 of the Vietnam Veteran News Podcast will feature and opine piece by Australian author Dave Sabben about Stopping the lie that we were defeated in Vietnam. Many times on this podcast th. ontinue reading →.
During this time, he witnessed an officer being killed after stepping on a landmine, an incident he later recalled at. a psychiatric interview in 1989. He also assumed command of a company on two occasions, after its commander was killed. Afterwards, Brannan arrived at Washington's Fort Lewis, where he transferred to the . Rapper and producer JPEGMAFIA used the dashcam audio in his song "I Just Killed a Cop Now I'm Horny" from his 2016 album Black Ben Carson.
War Veteran Interview My name is Ernesto Contreras, and out of my own curiosity have; decided to interview my grandfather and tell his story on his war experiences from the beginning of boot camp, until his last day of service. Arthur Cameron was born in phoenix, Arizona, in 1946. He is a Native American and had been very athletic in high school, playing on sports teams like basketball, track and field and cross-country. Approximately 59,000 Australians served in the Vietnam War, and following the conflict many found themselves unable to adequately deal with the physical and emotional scars rendered by their service. The Vietnam veterans were the brave, courageous men who fought for our country on the front line, and survived.
I arrived in Vietnam in August 1965 via the USNS Barrett with the rest of our hospital unit personnel and equipment. Tour of duty was one year – I departed in August 1966. We weren’t told where we would be going until after the ship was clear of the US mainland. We departed out of Oakland Naval Base on Friday, the 13th of August 1965. What were the conditions like for you and the soldiers in Vietnam? The living conditions were barren, but, for hospital personnel far better than the troops in the field. We started out living in tents in our first location, which was 13 kilometres (eight miles) out of Qui Nhon.
Kyle Smith (esmith) January 22, 2019. Apparently CNN’s transcript of its interview with Phillips is incorrect: Correction: the CNN transcript quoted above (just watched video) is incorrect. He says he is a "Vietnam-times veteran.
Vietnam: Why did you decide on the Marine Corps? Barnum: Two reasons. My cousin was in the Marines during World War II, and my dad enlisted, but the age law was passed and my dad didn’t go, which was a good thing because everyone from his recruit platoon on Parris Island went to Iwo Jima. High Student and need to interview a Vietnam Veteran for a few questions. I was hoping you could help me out. Thank you.