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Tony Justus, Interviewed by Kaylee Cope, 2020
Name of person(s) interviewed: Tony Justus
Other people present: Bobbie Justus
Researcher: Kaylee Cope
Date of interview: May 19th, 2019
Location of interview: Justus’ home, Pendleton, Oregon
Special conditions (noise, interruptions, etc.): Phone goes off once during the middle
General description of contents: Tony talks about his daily life in the service, and some funny memories that he was able to make. He talks about the hard times that he had to go through, but also the friendships that he was able to make within the service.
Length of interview: 16:19
For the record can you please state your name, branch, and rank?
Were you drafted or did you enlist?
What do you recall from your first days of boot camp?
How did you get through boot camp and training?
Which wars did you serve in or did you stay stateside?
Keeping in contact with family
Different locations of where he was
Description of being a scout
What was the food like?
What did you do when you got some time for leave?
Do you recall any humorous events?
Talks about randomly meeting a family member
What did you do post-service?
Close friendships made
Thank you to Veterans
Mr. Tony Justus