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Prisoners of War

THROUGHOUT THE COLD WAR, hundreds of Sailors and Marines fell into enemy hands, enduring years of brutal treatment and imprisonment by their Communist captors. Many never returned from captivity, while thousands more disappeared while carrying out dangerous combat missions.
 
 

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Prisoners of War

Prisoner of War Stories

Throughout the Cold War, hundreds of Sailors and Marines fell into enemy hands, enduring years of brutal treatment and imprisonment by their Communist captors. Many never returned from captivity, while thousands more disappeared while carrying out dangerous combat missions.

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