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2019 Joint Conference, VNCA & IPAC, Texas Tech University - 1969: Vietnamization and the Year of Transition in the Vietnam War (25-27 April 2019) - Session 5A: US Air Operations Over Vietnam and Modern Recovery Efforts for Aircrews Listed as "Missing in Action" After More than 50 Years

Item Number: 999VI3878
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Vietnam Center and Archive
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  • 27 April 2019

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2019 Joint Conference: Vietnam Center and Archive (VNCA) / Institute for Peace and Conflict (IPAC), Texas Tech University

Commentator/Moderator: Dave Lewis, Colonel, USAF (Retired), Director, Strategic Studies, Institute for Peace and Conflict, Texas Tech University

Overview of 8560 Aircraft Losses and the Unique Problem of Recovering, or Even Locating Lost, Single Ship Reconnaissance Flights Bruce W. Bean, Professor, Michigan State College of Law Unfinished Business: Locating Semantic Flight - Contemporaneously Re-Flying the Flight Plan of a Missing Reconnaissance Mission in 1968 and (Barely) Surviving Ron Bracy, Lt. Col. USAF Ret., Former RF-4C Navigator, 28 years active duty, 21 years Reserve and Guard Service as a Chaplain "Alone, Unarmed, Unafraid" - Flying at Night in Harm's Way Inside a Bottle of Ink - What May Have Happened to Semantic Flight and its Two-Man Crew Robert R. S. Barnard, Lt. Col. USAFR, Ret., Aeronautical Engineer, Former Air Force Intelligence Officer with 5 Decades of Air Defense Experience

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999VI3878, , The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University

Added: 03 May 2019 [Updated: 13 May 2019]