Interview with Jeff Gordon, 16 October 2011
 

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Gordon, Jeff and Gordon, Matthew, “Interview with Jeff Gordon, 16 October 2011,” Appalachian State University Libraries Digital Collections, accessed May 28, 2022, https://omeka.library.appstate.edu/items/show/19758.


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Title

Interview with Jeff Gordon, 16 October 2011

Description

Jeff Gordon, born September 18, 1960, served 17 and a half years in the U.S. Army (enlisting in 1979), retiring as a Veteran Sergeant First Class. He served as a cannon crewman and interrogator (Human Intelligence Collector). In the interview he talks about his career (including service in seven states, Germany, and Poland) plus the benefits for U.S. youth to see the world through military service.

Subject

Cold War
Gordon, Jeff, 1960-
United States
Veterans
Military Intelligence
Interviews
Army
Officers

Creator

Gordon, Jeff
Gordon, Matthew

Extent

7 pages

Language

English

Interviewee

Gordon, Jeff

Interviewer

Gordon, Matthew

Interview Date

10/16/11

Duration

22:46 min

Tag

Army, NCO, Logansport, Indiana, cannon crewman, human intelligence collector, interrogator, Fort Sill, Fort Carson, Germany, Fort Hood, ROTC, Fort Huachuca, University of Missouri, Poland, enlisted man

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