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Old November 11, 2018, 08:49 AM   #36
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Originally Posted by TXAZ View Post
Yea, right.

How many were prosecuted for Vietnam “helicopter interrogations”?
Or Iraqi “table interrogations” during Desert Storm?
Or ...
I believe the correct answer is Zero.
Not zero and yes, war. More than a few units in both wars had a 'no prisoner' policy. Just speaking to the 'rules of war'..'rules n war' is ironic.

There's a sea story about a aviator shot down over South VietNam..captured..killed his captor/guard, swam out to the helo for a rescue..he was rotated back to the US, not to participate in this conflict any longer, as he technically committed 'murder'..of course he wasn't prosecuted but...

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