The Legacy of the Homecoming of Vietnam Era POWs

Almost fifty years ago, hundreds of U.S. prisoners of war returned home from more than eight years of brutal captivity in North Vietnam. What brought them home? Extraordinary leadership and unflappable courage, exhibited by POW leaders in Vietnam and by t

Alvin Townley is a Senior Fellow at the Stockdale Center. He is a best-selling New York Times-reviewed author and Emmy-winning storyteller. His stories are about leadership, legacy, and purpose. He is a graduate of Washington & Lee University, and has studied economics in Frankfurt, Brussels, Paris, and London before working in Congress, managing global strategy for a Fortune 100 firm, and leading external affairs for a national arts center.

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