Andrew J. Hotaling oral history interview
Andrew J. Hotaling, Class of 1968. Oral history interview documenting his experience at Dartmouth College, including membership in Alpha Chi Alpha (AXA), and his service as a naval air fighter during the Vietnam War. Hotaling describes his deployment between November 1971 and 1973, during which he was based at Yankee Station working to bomb the Ho Chi Minh trail. He discusses training in the Flight Indoctrination Program (FIP) in the Naval Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (NROTC). Hotaling details post-war experiences, including studying to become a doctor, and returning to Vietnam to visit the Hanoi Hilton and meet with Douglas B. “Pete” Peterson, the American Ambassador to Vietnam.
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5 Files (1 .wav audio file (1 hours, 38 minutes, 52 seconds); 1 .docx transcript (54 pages); 1. pdf transcript (54 pages); 1 .docx transcript word list)
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