Dec 29, 2019
For this week’s episode Gazette reporter Stephanie Earls sat down with 96-year-old, Tuskegee airman Frank Macon. A Colorado Springs native who grew up Pine Street. Frank loved to build things, learn how they worked and experiment, which often got him scolded by his aunts. From a young age he knew he wanted to be a...
Dec 22, 2019
On this week’s episode, Gazette reporter Amanda Hancock speaks with Donald Cole about his World War II experiences. Donald Cole was born and raised in Colorado. He’s spent most of his life on a ranch in Colorado Springs, where his family homesteaded in 1929. They worked on the ranch every day from dusk to dawn....
Dec 15, 2019
On this week’s episode, Gazette reporter Olivia Prentzel sat down with 96-year-old retired Buck Sergeant Ted Langowski to talk about his World War II experience. Ted wanted to enlist in the Marines but life took him in another direction. He eventually landed in the Army and served from 1944 to 1946.
Dec 8, 2019
For this week’s episode Gazette reporting intern Jessica Snouwart and host Parker Seibold met with Bill Roche and JJ Inman at the National Museum of World War II Aviation in Colorado Springs and talked to them about their experiences.
Dec 1, 2019
On this week’s episode Gazette reporter Liz Henderson sat down with Carol Cook, the daughter of a World War II veteran that passed away in 1999 at age 76. What you just heard was a snippet of a letter her father sent her while he was serving during the Korean War. Carol’s father, Don Baldwin, was a captain in the...