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Colorado airman missing since 1968 found in Laos
KOAA Colorado Springs - Pueblo Mon, 14 Jun 2010 05:55 AM PDT
The remains of an Air Force officer from Colorado who had been missing in action in southeast Asia since 1968 have been recovered and buried. Maj. Thomas B. Mitchell was among nine U.S. airman aboard a C-130 cargo plane over Laos on May 22, 1968, during the Vietnam war. The plane lost radio contact, and the crew of another aircraft saw a large ground fire near the last known location of the C ...


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khonthakek wrote:

Colorado airman missing since 1968 found in Laos
KOAA Colorado Springs - Pueblo Mon, 14 Jun 2010 05:55 AM PDT
The remains of an Air Force officer from Colorado who had been missing in action in southeast Asia since 1968 have been recovered and buried. Maj. Thomas B. Mitchell was among nine U.S. airman aboard a C-130 cargo plane over Laos on May 22, 1968, during the Vietnam war. The plane lost radio contact, and the crew of another aircraft saw a large ground fire near the last known location of the C ...



At my University, my lectures do not call Vietnam war, he said Vietnam didnot started the war, American did ! So, we should call American war !!!

 



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khonthakek wrote:

Colorado airman missing since 1968 found in Laos
KOAA Colorado Springs - Pueblo Mon, 14 Jun 2010 05:55 AM PDT
The remains of an Air Force officer from Colorado who had been missing in action in southeast Asia since 1968 have been recovered and buried. Maj. Thomas B. Mitchell was among nine U.S. airman aboard a C-130 cargo plane over Laos on May 22, 1968, during the Vietnam war. The plane lost radio contact, and the crew of another aircraft saw a large ground fire near the last known location of the C ...



At my University, my lectures do not call Vietnam war, he said Vietnam didnot started the war, American did ! So, we should call American war !!!

 



Of course they wouldn't called Vietnam war, because most of the professors who taught or gave out a lecture around Colorado's University are very liberal left-wings. be careful( bro) at the end of your session you might become a liberal like they are, 555.  i think, i can name a few professors that came out from Colorado and make name for themself. Anyway, you're absolutely right about your lecturer''called-American war,''  Because LBJ's admistration accused North Vietnamese attacked the American warship out of Tonkin-Sea. and the truth came-out, They lied about it. But still don't liberal left-wings..

 



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khonthakek wrote:

Colorado airman missing since 1968 found in Laos
KOAA Colorado Springs - Pueblo Mon, 14 Jun 2010 05:55 AM PDT
The remains of an Air Force officer from Colorado who had been missing in action in southeast Asia since 1968 have been recovered and buried. Maj. Thomas B. Mitchell was among nine U.S. airman aboard a C-130 cargo plane over Laos on May 22, 1968, during the Vietnam war. The plane lost radio contact, and the crew of another aircraft saw a large ground fire near the last known location of the C ...



At my University, my lectures do not call Vietnam war, he said Vietnam didnot started the war, American did ! So, we should call American war !!!

 



your professor even lack of deep knowledge, it is not vietnam war... it is indochina war....

 



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Robert McNamara was the architect of this war.

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