September 16 was POW/MIA Recognition Day. In 2007 my father’s remains were finally discovered, but more than 1,500 Americans from the Vietnam War are still unaccounted for. I was privileged to share my story of why I rode 1,200 miles through the jungles of southeast Asia in search of my father’s crash site. I also learned from Cindy Stonebraker, whose father is still MIA, as she shared her journey from silence to advocacy. Listen to our conversation below or visit the podcast website.
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