Our scheduled guests on POW/MIA Radio for Sunday, September
21, 2014 are:
2:00pm Mountain � News and Views:
An hour of the latest
POW/MIA and veterans issues.
3:00 � 5:00pm Mountain - Ms. Lynn O�Shea:
Ms. O�Shea is
director of research for The National Alliance of Families For
the Return of America�s Missing Servicemen World War II + Korea +
Cold War + Vietnam + Gulf Wars + Afghanistan. Along with
current activities in the POW/MIA Issue, we will be discussing her
new book Abandoned in Place: The Men We Left Behind, and the
Untold Story of Operation Pocket Change, The Joint Special
Operations Command (JSOC) Planned Rescue of American POWs in Laos
Six Years after the End of the Vietnam War.
Twenty-five years in the making, this excellent book is written in a
clear, concise manner that the reader will find easy to read and
eager for more about individual cases from the War in Southeast
Asia. Lynn details our government�s inept handling of POW/MIA
intel, the continued debunking of critical facts and how various
personalities have obfuscated the truth about our missing.
True to her reputation, this book is deeply researched with complete
notes corroborating her findings. Lynn has included an amazing
amount of documentation proving we left men behind all over
Southeast Asia after the end of the war. The Alliance is the
foremost POW/MIA group advocating for our missing from all of
America�s wars. Lynn has tirelessly researched POW/MIA cases,
advocated for family members and worked with both government
agencies and activists to expose the truth about our POW/MIAs.
http://www.nationalalliance.org for more information about the
Alliance and the POW/MIA issue.
It�s available now!
Ms. Lynn O'Shea, Director of Research, National Alliance of
Families, the much respected leader in the POW/MIA community,
has announced the publication of her book, Abandoned In Place,
The Men We Left Behind and the Untold Story of Operation Pocket
Change, the Joint Special Operations Command Planned Rescue of
American POWs Held in Laos Six Years After the End of the Vietnam
War. Amazon.com is available for orders now! Or,
please go to the Alliance web site,
http://www.nationalalliance.org or GOOGLE her book,
Abandoned in Place to find her blog site.
Thanks to our sponsors for this sponsorship period:
The National Alliance of Families
Mr. Earl Wood � In honor of four missing Milwaukee area Soldiers and
Ms. Mary Videen � In honor of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl
Anonymous � In honor of SSGT John C. Keiper, USMC, lost in South
Vietnam, November 15, 1966
Mr. Larry J. O�Daniel, author, Trails of Deceit