Glen Hall's interview in Darwin

Glen Hall discusses his career in the Navy of over 21 years, where his service as a submariner was a highlight. Glen expresses his passion for the Navy and for Submarines in particular, and talks about how his career has allowed him to travel all over the world and make wonderful friends. Glen did suffer incidents of abuse and racism in the Navy, particularly in his early service, but overall he has had a very positive experience in the Navy and continues to work for Indigenous Recruitment today. Glen also briefly talks about his grandfather who served in the Coast Watch in the NT.

This interview took place on 11 September 2015 in Darwin and was conducted by Dr Allison Cadzow as part of the Australian Research Council-funded research project Serving our Country: a history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the defence of Australia.

The interview recording above is made available to be viewed here by permission of the interviewee(s), Glen Hall. The recording may not be copied, reproduced or communicated in whole or in part without the prior permission of the interviewee(s). Requests for permission for use of this material should be made to the Serving our Country research project: our contact details.

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