Prisoner of war

FILE- In this May 19, 1999 file photo,  Retired Admiral Jeremiah Denton is interviewed at his home on Fowl River, Ala. Denton, who survived 7½ years as a prisoner of war in North Vietnam and alerted the U.S. military to conditions there when he blinked the word "torture" in Morse code during a television interview, died Friday, March 28, 2014. He was 89. (AP Photo/Mobile Register, Bill Starling, File)

Jeremiah Denton, Vietnam POW and ex-senator, dies

Prisoner of war Jeremiah Denton declared his loyalty to the U.S. government during a 1966 interview for what was supposed to be a propaganda film. But his enraged captors missed his more covert message: “T-O-R-T-U-R-E,” […]

03/28/2014

Penny and Phil Sound Bite

Vietnam War POW’s Reunite Today at Nixon Library

This morning Penny Griego and Phil Hulett spoke with Colonel Lee Ellis about how, 40 years ago, President Richard Nixon was able to gain the release of 600 prisoner’s of war. A huge party and […]

05/24/2013