SR-210.1: Tracks 1 - 2 discuss the Fast family, including Fast's parents Frank W. Fast and Helena Neighbours.
Track 3 discusses World War I, including Hitler and Chamberlain.
Tracks 4 - 5 describe Fast's enlistment in the Royal Canadian Air Force.
Tracks 6 - 8 describe Fast's training in gunnery and wireless operation. Norseman and Tiger Moth airplanes are described.
Track 9 discusses Fast's service overseas and his first crews in a Royal Air Force squadron.
Track 10 mentions the Operational Training Units in the air force.
SR-210.2: Track 1 introduces the interview.
Track 2 continues to discuss the parts of the air force, including crews, squadrons, groups, and wings.
Track 3 discusses soldiers' reactions to death in the war.
Track 4 describes a number of missions Fast was involved in.
Tracks 5 - 6 discusses soldiers' leisure time, including dances, travel, and gambling.
Track 7 mentions Fast's reaction to the war.
Tracks 8 - 10 describe Fast meeting his wife, who was in the Women's Auxiliary Air Force. Meals in the military are discussed. The Fasts' wedding is described.
Track 11 discusses the naming and painting of airplanes by the American air force men. Aircraft technology is discussed.
Tracks 12 - 13 continue to describe some of Fast's missions.
SR-210.3: Tracks 1 - 2 continue to describe Fast's missions. Air force positions are described, including Master Bomber and Bomb Aimer. Pathfinder squadrons are mentioned. Wellington and Lancaster airplanes are described.
Track 3 discusses dealing with death in the war.
SR-210.4: Track 1 discusses VJ-Day and the Welcome Home celebration in Langley.
Tracks 2 - 5 describe Fast's reflections after the war. War leaders are discussed, including Churchill, Roosevelt, Truman, Mackenzie King, and the royal family. The Holocaust is discussed. The American-Iraqi war of 2003 is also discussed.
Track 6 describes another mission.
Track 7 discusses the Legion.