Join us in honoring POW/MIA Recognition Day, which took place Sept. 17, 2021.
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 History. This event is open to the community.
Obtain the passcode by accessing Student Life course on D2L or emailing Anna.Voight@dctc.edu.
Associate Director of Student Life