Theodore S. Sienicki (Class of 1969) oral history and papers relating to the Vietnam War

Theodore S. Sienicki recorded information about his service during the Vietnam War in response to questions posed by John F. "Jay" Barry (Class of 1950), Associate Editor of the Brown Alumni Monthly. The recording was made in July 1973, four months after Sienicki had returned home from being a prisoner of war in North Vietnam. This collection contains the transcription of that recording and the article published in the Brown Alumni Monthly based on it by Jay Barry. Sienicki tells the story of his Air Force career as the weapons systems operator in an F-4 fighter-bomber based in Thailand doing bombing missions over North Vietnam. He was shot down and captured on May 3, 1972 and held as a prisoner of war in the Hanoi Hilton prison camp in Hanoi, Vietnam for 11 months until March 28, 1973.

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