A Sort of Homecoming

Hayward, George
October 1999
Airman;Oct99, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p28
Deals with the significance of the United States Air Force C-141 aircraft Number 660177, also called One-Seven-Seven, to former American prisoners of war (POW) taken out of Hanoi, Vietnam. Information on Operation Homecoming in 1973; Transformation of the One-Seven-Seven into a POW museum in 1999; Views of several POW on the aircraft.


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