Interview With Carmen Mollica Part Two

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Title

Interview With Carmen Mollica Part Two

Description

Carmen describes growing up in the South Bronx and then joining the United States Army where he became a weapons instructor. He talks about working on military aircraft and the lunar module. Additionally, he talks about being a Board Member of the Yonkers Chamber of Commerce and volunteering at the Yonkers Public Library.

Creator

Yonkers Public Library

Source

Carmen Mollica

Publisher

Yonkers Public Library

Date

11/30/2018

Contributor

Carmen Mollica

Format

MP3

Identifier

2018.023.001

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Interviewer

Madeline Durpe

Interviewee

Carmen Mollica

Location

Grinton I. Will Library

Original Format

MP3

Duration

34:17

Time Summary

00;12-Drafted into the Army.
00:58-Went to Officer's Cadet School.
1:45-Pistol marksmanship and mechanical trainer instructor.
2:09-Joined the 3rd Army pistol team.
4:35-Grenade explosion damages ear.
5:30-Marriage.
5:50-Worked at Sperry Gyroscope.
6:41-Worked at Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems.
7:03-Worked on E2-C, F-14, A6, and W2-F aircraft.
7:42-Worked on a lunar module.
8:49-Worked on the AWG-9 weapons system.
9:30-Works at Systems Integration Test Station in CA.
11:46-Manager of F-14 lab.
14:39-Worked as a marketer at Teledyne Systems.
15:25-Involved with putting equipment on helicopters.
16:25-Marketer at Phoenix Systems.
18:16-Started working at Yonkers Chamber of Commerce.
19:25-Worked at Sunrise Assisted Living.
21:30-Worked at Classic Residence By Hyatt.
22:35-Began volunteering at the Yonkers Public Library.
25:40-Family sending him Italian food while he was at Fort Dix.
27:39-Jumped out off a airplane.
28:43-Received a B.S. from Adelphi University.
29:03-Recieved a MBA from Adelphi University.
30:50-The Army helping mature him.
32:25-"How to forgive and forget"
33:25-The Golden Rule.

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Citation

Yonkers Public Library, “Interview With Carmen Mollica Part Two,” Yonkers Public Library Archive, accessed May 21, 2019, http://archive.ypl.org/items/show/563.