James Stockdale, Medal of Honor, Vietnam War

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During eight years of imprisonment in North Vietnam, including three years of solitary confinement, Captain James Stockdale was a symbol of defiance, organizing the other POWs and refusing to serve as a tool for Vietnamese propaganda. Stockdale received the Medal of Honor three years after his release, on March 6, 1976.

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  1. 27563208
    27563208 Aug 20, 2016

    At no time in our history, have our troops endured such cruelty from the enemy for such a length of time, as the Vietnam Vet has.

  2. GadsdenFlag
    GadsdenFlag Aug 29, 2016

    God bless every one of our troops who have ever been even one day a prisoner of war. We Will Never Forget!

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