|South East Asia, Cambodia, China, Laos, North Vietnam, South Vietnam, Thailand|
During the South East Asia Conflict hundreds of United States aircrew from all services were forced to eject over enemy territory. It is with respect and in memory of those who returned and those that did not that the following section of this website is dedicated. The help and assistance of former POWS and their families is acknowledged in compiling and updating this information. Correspondence with the POW ejectee or their family is acknowledged within th ejection biography
The author acknowledges the permission and generosity of the POW-Network, especially Chuck and Mary Schantag to include some of their research in the POWs biographies. Further in depth biographies and details of other POWs and MIAs are available and can be reached via their website by clicking on the following link.
Please make the author aware of any error in the following listing, also any additional information in testimony and photographic image is appreciated so that this web page is a true and accurate record for the future.
Specific references, Autobiographies, Memoirs and Articles relating to POWs in South East Asia
|those who died while in enemy captivity|
The following information concerns aircrew who ejected during the SEA Conflicts and became POWs.
Not every one of them returned at the end of hostilities. Many died in captivity as a direct result of torture or "some other fashion in the POW Camps of their captors".
Those who "returned home" became members of the 4th Allied P.O.W. Wing.
What follows are two specific groups -
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or extra images of any NAM POW shown / not shown - or any errors please contact me at
THESE LISTINGS ARE NOT YET COMPLETE