Commitment To Honor A Prisoner of War Remembers Vietnam

Here, Colonel Halllooks back, reflecting 30 years later on his years in a prisoner of war cell. And, He answers the question: was it worth it? Was the war against the communists in North Vietnam worth seven years of his life, and the lives of thousands of other young Americans.

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