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Dieter Dengler looking gaunt and tired. 1966.

Dieter Dengler looking gaunt and tired. 1966.
Dieter Dengler looking gaunt and tired. 1966.
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Dieter Dengler looking gaunt and tired. 1966.
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Dieter Dengler looking gaunt and tired. 1966.
Dieter Dengler looking gaunt and tired. 1966.
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Dieter Dengler looking gaunt and tired. 1966. Vietnam. Dieter Dengler (May 22, 1938 – February 7, 2001) was a German-born United States Navy aviator during the Vietnam Warand later a private aircraft test pilot and commercial airline pilot. He was one of two survivors, the other being Phisit Intharathat, out of seven prisoners of war (POWs) who escaped from a Pathet Lao prison camp in Laos. He was rescued after 23 days on the run, following six months of torture and imprisonment and was the first captured U.S. airman to escape enemy captivity during the Vietnam war.
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