Contains sensitive content. Robinson Risner was an Air Force pilot who was shot down over North Vietnam and captured by the North Vietnamese. He was held for over seven years and was repeatedly tortured. He relates his story of being shot down and captured by the North Vietnamese, and then the ordeal of his imprisonment and torture in the Hanoi Hilton prison camp. General Risner recalls his feelings during the Christmas Bombing and upon hearing of the peace negotiations, and toward the anti-war protesters in the United States.
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