Jennings Spicer was born in Seaford, DE in 1926. Jennings was drafted into the army and was sent to Europe. He is one of four brothers, and they all served in the Army. Jennings fought in the Battle of the Bulge. After the war, the G.I. Bill helped Jennings land a job at DuPont where he worked until retirement at the age of 60. Jennings still resides in Seaford, DE.
In the interview, Jennings speaks about his life before, during, and after the war, which includes him being drafted into the army after having his naval enlistment rejected due to an eyesight problem. He discusses his recollections of Pearl Harbor, V.E. day , as well as the lasting effects the war had on him. He describes fighting in the Battle of the Bulge which resulted in a shrapnel injury to his face. He also discusses capturing an SS officer while in Europe and meeting the Pope.