Accounting for POW/MIA's from the Korean War and the Vietnam War: Hearing Before the Military Personnel Subcommittee of the Committee on National Security, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fourth Congress, Second Session, Hearing Held September 17, 1996, Volume 2

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Halaman 157 - Chairman, thank you and the members of your committee for this opportunity to present the Navy's fiscal 1965 military construction program.
Halaman 84 - April of this year at the Center for the Study of the Vietnam Conflict, at Texas Tech University, my colleague, Mr. George Veith, and I presented a research paper entitled, "POWs and Politics: How Much Does Hanoi Really Know?
Halaman 7 - Deputy Secretary of Defense Secretary of the Army Secretary of the Navy Secretary of the Air Force...
Halaman 13 - Gilman, members of the House International Relations Committee, ladies and gentlemen. It is a privilege to be asked to participate In your hearings. Let me begin by thanking you and the members of your committee for your efforts to learn what happened to our POWs during the "Cuba Program", under which 20 Americans, members of the US Armed Forces, in Cu Loc (the Zoo), a POW camp in North Vietnam, were tortured by agents of Fidel Castro's government from mid-1967 to...
Halaman 126 - I would like to thank you, Mr. Chairman and members of your committee, for your interest and your courtesy.
Halaman 49 - From what I have witnessed, it appears that any soldier left in Vietnam, even inadvertently, was, in fact, abandoned years ago, and that the farce that is being played is no more than political legerdemain done with "smoke and mirrors", to stall the issue until it dies a natural death.
Halaman 49 - Duty, Honor, and Integrity. It appears that the entire issue is being manipulated by unscrupulous people in the Government, or associated with the Government. Some are using the issue for personal or political advantage and others use it as a forum to perform and feel important, or worse. The sad fact, however, is that this issue is being controlled and a cover-up may be in progress. The entire charade does not appear to be an honest effort, and may never have been.
Halaman 22 - At the conclusion of the testing program a number of American POWs were executed.. .to preclude public exposure of the information.
Halaman 53 - ... Czechoslovakian general and Soviet intelligence agent, Jan Sejna, defected to the United States before the end of the Cold War. He told Congress Tuesday that he saw some of the prisoners being used in gruesome medical experiments. "The top-secret purpose of the hospital was medical experimentation on Americans and South Koreans. The POWs were used to test the effects of chemical and biological weapons, and test the effects of atomic radiation,
Halaman 17 - ... feelings on how important this task is. We owe it to all those still missing, and to all those who will be asked to serve in the future. If the United States does not take the strongest possible stand in opposition to injustices of this magnitude, how can we ever expect to put an end to them? Thank you very much for this opportunity to share with you my feelings. I certainly look forward to assisting in any way I can to help better learn what has happened and to recover those who may still be...

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