My father was 93 last month and he shot a 30 on the back nine at Pine Glen earlier in the same month. He has his mother's almost total recall for dates, names and events. He was the perfect interviewee for aviation historian Chuck Hodge's 5 forty minute interviews on his childhood, family life, fascination with planes, education, love interest, jobs, pilot training and war experience as a B-25 pilot.
For his own written summary of his tour of duty (which might make the interviews more understandable) here is the link to a 2010 posting:
The first interview contains family history, early jobs and first flight. My father lived on the outskirts of town by 50th street, in a three bedroom home his father bought for less than $5,000.
The second interview covers disciplinary methods, first motorcycle, meeting future wife and early pilot training:
The third interview covers advanced flight training, transport to Africa and first combat missions as co-pilot:
The fourth interview covers support of the British 8th Army, different B-25 versions flown and bombing missions:
The last interview covers the daily life of a pilot and coming home: