Interview with Professor Paul Maney, 12 October 2011
 


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Maney, Paul and Ospina, Marshall, “Interview with Professor Paul Maney, 12 October 2011,” Appalachian State University Libraries Digital Collections, accessed May 20, 2022, https://omeka.library.appstate.edu/items/show/19747.


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Title

Interview with Professor Paul Maney, 12 October 2011

Description

Marshall Ospina interviews Paul Maney who served during the Vietnam War. He describes his time in Basic Training as very dark and disturbing. He was trained in Fort Dix, but never deployed, and spent most of his time doing administrative work in Colorado. He did not like serving in the military and got out as soon as he could. He used the GI Bill to go to school and eventually became a professor of military history.

Subject

Vietnam War, 1961-1975
Maney, Paul
Veterans
Personal narratives, American
United States
Interviews

Creator

Maney, Paul
Ospina, Marshall

Extent

13 pages

Language

English

Interviewee

Maney, Paul

Interviewer

Ospina, Marshall

Interview Date

10/12/11

Duration

35:06 min

Tag

Alaska, Fort Dix, Fort Carson, Judge Advocate Generals, hazing, suicide, abuse, Fort Jackson, Fort Benning, 82nd Airborne, infantry, 4th Infantry Division, practical joke, Colorado State, GI Bill, Wilkesboro, Caldwell Community College,

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