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5018_Cox_David_20111017_transcript_A.pdf
Colonel Cox served in the US Army after going to college and went to advanced camp at Fort Bragg, North Carolina in order to become a commissioned officer. He served in the infantry branch and was deployed to Iraq twice, once in 2003 and another time…

5018_Miller_Kenneth_20121014_audio_A.mp3
Kenneth Miller, born in 1940, enlisted in the army in 1958 because he did not want to go straight to college after high school. However, he still wanted those in-between years to be productive. He was stationed in Gelnhausen, Germany for two years…

5018_Nicolaysen_Erik_20121014_transcript_A.pdf
Eric Nicolaysen enlisted in the US Army reserves in 1956, served in the Cold War, and spent some time in Korea. He did not see any combat during his time in the military.

5018_Pitzer_Franklin_20121102_transcript_A.pdf
Franklin Pitzer made a career in the army and served for over 20 years. He trained at Fort Riley as a part of the 10th Mountain Division and was first deployed to Hamburg. He had many jobs in the army, such as motor sergeant and warrant officer.

107_01_04_PhotoAlbum_02_WWII_1940s_M.pdf
A scrapbook of letter correspondence between Leo and his friends in Asheville and photos from the war. An article by David Schulman tells about Leo's status as an unofficial historian of Asheville and the incredible impact he had on the community.

Military_Olson_RussellVJr_interview_edit.mp3
Russell Olson Jr., born August 3, 1947, served as a field artillery officer in the U.S. Army for 30 years, including service in Vietnam. In this interview he discusses the draft for the Vietnam war and his personal experience, including living with…

Military_Murphy_George_interview_edit.mp3
George Murphy, interviewed by Patrick Murphy, served in the United States Army and was stationed in Vietnam.

Chalk_Wetmore_New.docx_finished.pdf
Chalk Wetmore, Master Sergeant, U.S. Army, was born on August 17, 1972. In this interview, Chalk Wetmore says that his reasons for joining the military were because he wanted his job and life to have meaning. He goes on to discuss his experience at…

Military_StevenWilkins_transcript edited.pdf_finished.pdf
Steven Wilkins, Lt. Colonel, US Army, was born on March 27th, 1960. In this Interview Steven Wilkins describes some of the places he has been stationed outside the U.S. during his military career. He talks about being in Korea, Central America, and…