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We Can Keep You Forever (1988)

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Evidence for the existence of MIAs in Vietnam and Laos.
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Vincent Arnone ...
Himself - Rescue Mission Leader
Lars Arvling ...
Himself - Swedish Engineer
Liam Atkins ...
Himself - Former Special Forces
Mrs. Christos Bogiages ...
Herself - Wife of MIA
Kay Bosiljevac ...
Herself - Wife of MIA Mike Bosiljevac
Kham-Hou Boussarath ...
Himself - Former Lao Head of Security
Rosemary Conway ...
Herself - Former Pathet Lao Prisoner
Robert Cressman ...
Himself - Brother of MIA Peter Cressman
Gerry DeBruin ...
Himself - Brother of MIA Gene DeBruin
Dieter Dengler ...
Himself - Former Pathet Lao Prisoner
Stein Gudding ...
Himself - Norwegian Engineer
Laird Guttersen ...
Himself - Former POW
Anne E. Hart ...
Herself - Wife of MIA Thomas Hart
Anne Holland ...
Herself - Wife of MIA Mel Holland
Leo Hrdlicka ...
Himself - Brother of MIA David Hrdlicka
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Evidence for the existence of MIAs in Vietnam and Laos.

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This video has many facts and first person accounts. It is a must see!
25 July 2014 | by See all my reviews

This video, for anyone with any patriotism, a must see. I used to believe our government to be better than it is, at least where taking care of our military and veterans. This video is a real eye opener and is not the only of its kind. I wish it could be required in our schools! There are many sources for additional information also. 'Left Behind' is another good one. Anyone not believing the information in these movies just needs to keep doing the research, it is all true. I am so glad and blessed that my two brothers that served in Vietnam came home. Although they too have problems from that time and place. I spoke to a former POW, and he said he and the guys he was held with were told the exact words by the VC we can keep you forever, no one knows you are here. My friend was a Marine fighter pilot and was shot down and subsequently captured. Held six months and released for operation homecoming in 1973.


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