Madison County Interviews

This was part of the 2013 Veterans Interview Series which featured a brief history of the role Madison County played in World War II. Al Paviglianti then talked about his experiences in World War II as a Marine in the Pacific Theater.
This talk was part of the 2013 Veterans interview series and features a brief introduction about Madison County's role in WWII. Leonard "Scoop" Ressegger then talks about his experences in the Army in the European Theater.
This interview was part of the 2013 interview series, starting with a brief history of Madison County's role in WWII followed by an interview with WWII Marine Corps Veteran Al Paviglianti who spoke about his experiences in the Pacific Theater.
This was part of the 2013 Veterans Interview Series and features a brief presentation on Madison County's role in World War II. Ken Sparks then talks about his experiences in the Navy in World War II
This was part of the 2013 Veterans Interview Series and features a brief history of Madison County's role in World War II. Joseph then Carinci then talks about his experiences in the Navy, his brother who was killed in action and what it was like to be on a ship that was torpedoed.
This was part of the 2013 Veterans Interview Series which featured a brief history of the role Madison County played in World War II. Grove Havener then talked about his experiences in the Marines, the Battle of Iwo Jima and how he earned his Purple Heart.
This was part of the 2013 Veterans Interview Series that featured a brief history of the role Madison County during WWII. Gerald Douglass then talked about his experiences in the Army Air Corps and what it was like to fly in a Bomber.
Harold Wood talks about his experiences in the Army during World War II, including a serious leg injury he sustained.
Morrisville native Robert Jackson talks about his experiences in the Army during World War II including being captured, spending almost a year in a Prisoner of War Camp and what it was like to come home.
Gerald Branagan talks about his experiences as a farmer starting out with horse drawn equipment into the modern era.
Stan Davis talks about his experiences as a mechanic in the army during World War II including getting struck by lightning.
Arnold Fisher talks about his life in Madison County including working as a farmer, becoming county clerk and head of the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles.
Donald Larkin of Brookfield talks about his time as a paratrooper and serving in Japan following the end of the war.
Bill Gallik talks about his experiences as the Commander of a sub chaser during WWII
Stan Davis, originally of Morrisville, talks about his experiences as a mechanic in the Army during WWII including getting struck by lightning and his large photo collection.
D. Lee DuSell talks about his experiences in the military and his life as an artist.
Horace Keller talks about his experiences as an Engineer in WWII, seeing a freed concentration camp and life after the war.
Korean War Veteran Lloyd Stoker talks about his experiences as a tail gunner in a bomber, flying over his parents home and more.
Robert Clark, originally of Munnsville, talks about his experiences serving in the Army during the Korean War and what it was like at the 38th Parallel.
Curtis Hammill talks about his experiences in the Body Identification Unit during the Korean War.
Carl Perkins talks about his experiences serving during the Korean Conflict as an Air Traffic Controller and then about working at Griffith Air Force Base.
Robert Purple talks about his experiences in the National Guard including prison riots, nuclear meltdowns and Operation Desert Storm.
Boyd Paquin talks about his experiences as a Bombardier in the Army Air Corps during World War II.