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Vietnam POW,Cpt. Eugene "Red" McDaniel & "Scars and Stripes"

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A special Veteran's Day episode with Navy Captain Eugene "Red" McDaniel as he recounts his astonishing experiences during the Vietnam War.  No words can begin to describe the years “Red” spent as one of America's most brutalized and inspirational prisoners of war.  After his A6A Intruder was shot down in the skies over Vietnam, McDaniel would be captured and spend six agonizing years as a POW in the notorious "Hanoi Hilton." Despite the sadistic and barbaric ways his captors tortured him, McDaniel remained a source of hope and strength for his fellow POWs by clinging to his faith in God in even the darkest of hours. Classified as "missing in action" until 1970, when the Hanoi government acknowledged he was being held prisoner, he remained a POW for more than six years. Join this special episode in honor of the men and women who have given all in the service of our country and for the freedom of our nation, as Cpt. Eugene “Red” McDaniels tells his riveting and ultimately inspiring story of survival as a POW to “Brother Craig” with the 30th Anniversary Edition of WND Books "Scars & Stripes: The True Story of One Man's Courage in Facing Death as a Vietnam POW."