Aviation Storytellers: Surviving the Hanoi Hilton with Lt Col (Ret) Barry Bridger

Lt. Col Barry Bridger presents his incredible story of how he and other Prisoners of War were treated and how they survived. Barry spent 6 years at the Hanoi Hilton. This presentation was made possible by Trust Vets, First Command Financial Services and hosted at Rasmussen College, Blaine MN.

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