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Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 0882900439. 224 pages, illustrations, cloth, DJ, very good. Inscribed by author. From the DJ: "Lt. Col. Jay R. Jensen, an Air Force Officer, spent six years as a prisoner in Vietnam after being shot down on his 13th mission. SIX YEARS IN HELL is the moving account of his captivity, release, and return to the United States....In February 1973, a special group of 20 POW's was released as a North Vietnamese tribute to Dr. Henry Kissinger." From the biography page of the POW Network website: ""I worked for Ernst and Ernst, an accounting firm, for about six months, before entering the Air Force for pilot training in May 1956. I received my Navigator wings at Harlingen, Texas in May 1958, and then went to Electronic Warfare Officer School in Biloxi, Mississippi. Later I went to Air Force Survival School and then to Yokota, Japan to fly in a RB-66C for one year. From Japan I went to Hill AFB, Utah to fly in B-57's, and spent almost four years in a very enjoyable assignment close to my home (many TDYs, and attended Squadron Officer School). Our family became very active in the Mormon Church. I was a scoutmaster for several years. I then had a staff assignment at Hg. 31st Air Division, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1964-1966. I received orders for Southeast Asia and reported to Nellis AFB, Nevada, to check out in the F-105 "Wild Weasel" program and arrived at Korat AB, Thailand 18 January 1967. I was shot down on my 13th mission on 18 February 1967. We were attacking a SAM site and a SAM missile got us. Exactly six years later, to the day, I was released with Honor."; Signed by Author.
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