Two who came home: Former Vietnam POWs go for a ride at Randolph (Frederick McMurray)

Retired Lt. Col. Frederick McMurray lands at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph after his ceremonial “fini” flight, piloted by Maj. Ryan “Popeye” Parrish.
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Retired Maj. Theodore “Ted” Sienicki, who was shot down over North Vietnam and was a prisoner of war, climbs out of a T-38C after his ceremonial “fini” flight at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph on March 24.

Retired Maj. Theodore Sienicki, who was a prisoner of war in Vietnam, is sprayed with Champagne by family members after completing his “fini” flight at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph.

Family members of retired Maj. Theodore “Ted” Sienicki, who was a POW in Vietnam, watch as he takes off for his “fini” flight at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph on March 24.

Retired Maj. Theodore “Ted” Sienicki, who was a prisoner of war in Vietnam, is greeted by his wife, Fifi, and his sons after completing his “fini” flight at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph on March 24.

Retired Lt. Col. Frederick McMurray shakes the hand of Gavin Caywood after completing his “fini” flight at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph. Caywood’s father is an Air Force pilot at the base.

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