Life Lessons From Retired Colonel John Clark

Earlier this year I traveled with 14 students from my AP Human Geography and International Law classes to Atlanta, to attend a luncheon and lecture hosted by the Atlanta Council on International Relations where we had the chance to hear from Vietnam War veteran Colonel John Clark, USAF (Ret.), an American hero. 

In particular, Colonel Clark recounted some of his experiences as a prisoner of war in North Vietnam over a period of six years. The students and I actually had a private audience with the colonel for about 30 minutes prior to lunch, during which he was able to speak with them more directly, sharing some of his stories and fielding questions. 

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