Col James L. Lamar USAF (Ret) – Guest Speaker 2/3/2012

Col James L. Lamar flew over 200 combat missions in Korea and Vietnam. He was also a prisoner of war in Vietnam. Col Lamar was well received by cadets as he talked about both his missions and life as a prisoner of war.

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