Faith Seltzer shares artifacts from her father’s time in World War II, found after he had passed away. She describes his pictures and ship’s log, shares stories that he had told about being at Pearl Harbor when it was attacked, and the sinking of his ship, the USS Princeton. She remembers the ways in which her father’s service reflected on his life and her’s after the War.
Faith Seltzer's Father in the Navy, placed upon the U.S.S. Princeton - he saw many men drown at D-Day because they couldn't swim; he made sure to teach his daughters the importance of swimming.