DescriptionScott Raymond served in the U.S. Navy from 1980 to 1985. In his interview he discusses how his childhood memories and mentors influenced his decision to enlist. He then discusses how the skills and life lessons he learned in the military played a large role in his lifestyle as a civilian. Some of his favorite memories in the service were by far during his time stationed at Camp David. He talks about many experiences he had while there. Many stories were extremely humorous, and many were amazing experiences few in their lifetime get. Upon leaving the service, one of the things he missed the most was the comradery. He discusses how he had many jobs after the military but eventually found that same comradery in the local volunteer fire department and as a correction officer where he spent over 30 years before he retired.