Stephen Kisio

. . Stephen Kisio Originally from Leetsdale, Pennsylvania, Steve Kisio enlisted in the Air Force and worked as an air traffic controller through the Korean Conflict, Cold War, and Vietnam era.  He served in Okinawa and Da Nang.  In Da Nang he worked with a Vietnamese controller and had to

Larry Googins

. . Larry Googins Larry Googins is a native of Portland, Maine, raised by his widowed mother and grandmother.  As a kid, his family avidly followed the Korean War through radio reports.  A decade later, news about Vietnam came by way of black and white television.  “When I went to

Rudy Golling

. . During Rudy Golling’s long military career, he served first in the Army during WW II and then in the Air Force during the Korean and Vietnam Wars. He retired from active duty in 1974, after thirty years of service.  Air Force work is often technical and highly skilled; Rudy’s

Alex Dyga

. . Alex Dyga of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a Pearl Harbor survivor.  He joined the Army just months prior to the Japanese attack on the Islands.  When the attack came, Alex was stationed on Hawaii as a “mule skinner.” He would serve the entire war on Hawaii.  At 92, Alex is

George D’Angelo

. . George D'Angelo George D’Angelo volunteered for the Air Force after graduating from Duquesne University in 1965.  He trained as a fighter pilot and was assigned to the 12th Tactical Fighter Wing at Cam Ranh Air Base in Vietnam, where he flew the F-4 Phantom II fighter-bomber on bombing

Lee Corfield

. . Lee Corfield When Lee Corfield graduated from high school in 1967, the Vietnam War was heating up and the military needed young men.  So Lee wondered when the draft would catch up to him.  It was a matter of time before we was ordered into the Army or