Prisoners lined up for release on 27 March 1973 at the airport.
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Shot down in the early days of the Vietnam War, Lt. Commander Denny Moore endured seven and a half years in eight different North Vietnam prisons including three internments in the infamous Hoa Lo - dubbed “The Hanoi Hilton” by the POWs.

Denny Moore has kept his personal story to himself until now.