Lawsuits that Silence - October 25, 2007 by Jamie Glazov
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The Law says:
This interview with Colonel Bud Day, who was a prisoner of war with John McCain in Vietnam is fascinating.
Extract:Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Colonel George E. “Bud” Day, the nation's most highly decorated officer since General Douglas MacArthur. Colonel Day is a veteran of more than 30 years service in the Armed Forces of the United States. Shot down over North Vietnam on August 26, 1967, Day spent 67 months as a Prisoner of War. Colonel Day was the only POW to escape from prison in North Vietnam and then to be recaptured by the Viet Cong in the South. He is also credited with living through the first "no chute" bailout from a burning jet fighter in England in 1955. At the time of his shoot-down, Colonel Day was one of the nation's most experienced jet fighter pilots, with 4,500 hours of single engine jet time, and more than 5,000 hours of flying time. Today he is the Director and President of the Vietnam Veterans Legacy Foundation.
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