POW/MIA Day Talk – A Voyage of Tragedy: The U.S. Pueblo, 1968

Published on: September 20, 2021

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Join us in honoring POW/MIA Recognition Day, which took place Sept. 17, 2021.

POW/MIA Day Talk: A Voyage of Tragedy: The U.S. Pueblo, 1968

In January 1968, the USS Pueblo sailed from Japan on what was expected to be a routine intelligence-gathering mission. Its capture by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea was a serious loss for the United States. For the crew, however, the capture meant a year of tragedy and sacrifice. The Pueblo story raises national issues, but it also is a story of personal tragedies and sacrifice–and personal heroism in the most perilous situations. Presented by David Hatch of the Center for Cryptologic HistoryThis event is open to the community.

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