Interview with Nathan Bigger, 11 March 2011
 

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Davidson, Dwayne and Bigger, Nathan, “Interview with Nathan Bigger, 11 March 2011,” Appalachian State University Libraries Digital Collections, accessed January 23, 2022, https://omeka.library.appstate.edu/items/show/32624.


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Title

Interview with Nathan Bigger, 11 March 2011

Description

Nathan Bigger served in the US Navy during the Cold War Era. He went to Mate A-School in New Hampshire and then spent 6 years patrolling underwater aboard the submarine Stonewall Jackson. He explains that many people had no idea what was going on during the Cold War, and at times even the people serving the military were not sure what they were doing, or what their contribution was. He decided to leave the navy in order to have a family because he saw how hard it was for his crew-mates to leave their wives and children for months at a time.

Subject

Bigger, Nathan
Veterans
Cold War
United States
Interviews

Creator

Davidson, Dwayne
Bigger, Nathan

Rights

Copyright for the Veterans Oral History Project's audio and transcripts is held by Appalachian State University. These materials are available for free personal, non-commercial, and educational use, provided that proper citation is used.

Extent

6 pages

Language

English
English

Type

Sound

Interviewee

Bigger, Nathan

Interviewer

Davidson, Dwayne

Interview Date

3/11/11

Duration

0:18:03

File name

2013_063_Bigger_Nathan_interview
2013_063_Bigger_Nathan_transcript

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