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Tom Daly ('71)

podcast icon Posted Tuesday, May 19, 2009. Total length: 12:15

"I had two brothers serving in Vietnam so I wasn't big over doing anything that would be disrespectful."
Tom Daly

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Tom Daly came to Dowling in the fall of 1968, drawn by the College’s new Aeronautics Program. He is one of the founding members of Alpha Eta Rho at the College and went on to a career flying helicopters for the Nassau County Police Department.

In this interview, excerpted from a longer oral history, Tom discusses the early days of the Aeronautics Program, the unique atmosphere on campus, and his reactions to the Vietnam War.

This audio file is cross posted with Born in the Sixties: The First Year of Dowling College, 1968-69.

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