First Person War Stories

Remarkable stories of war told by those who fought for a proud nation. Their words. Their voices. Our first episodes tell riveting stories from World War II, then we move on to the Vietnam War and other dramatic conflicts.

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Three War Army Hero

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This episode tells the dramatic story of an Army veteran who served in three wars, World War II, Korea and Vietnam. Al Ungerleider’s first taste of combat came on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day. He went on to march towards Germany, liberating a Nazi concentration camp along the way. Brig. General Al Ungerleider retired from the Army after 36 years of service. His final active-duty assignment was commanding the Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland. Al Ungerleider is a true American hero.

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Dave Lewis: The Journey of an Apache Helicopter Pilot

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Dave Lewis is an Army veteran who flew helicopters in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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Lt. Col. Fred Wellman: Survivor’s Guilt as a Black Hawk Helicopter Pilot in Iraq

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Lt. Col. Wellman served in the Army as an aviator and public affairs officer during the Gulf War.
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Col. Charles Bussey: Christmas in Korea

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Col. Bussey describes how deadly the conditions were in Korea, how the morality of men changes in war, and how he received the best Christmas present of his life on December 25th of 1950.
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Sir Ludovic Kennedy: Chasing the Bismarck

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Kennedy tells the story of how the Royal Navy chased the Bismarck, the most powerful German battleship in WWII, through the Atlantic
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