Former prisoners of war give thanks for `taxi service' out of Hanoi

Dorsey, Michael
July 1998
Airman;Jul98, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p13
Reports on the arrival of former prisoners of war at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on May 1998 to see and give thanks to the C-141 airplane known as `Hanoi Taxi.' Description of the C-141 airplane; Symbol presented by the airplane; Activities of the event.


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