DAVID HRDLICKA was a confirmed US Prisoner of War
in Laos who never came home. Where is he today? You can bet
the Vietnamese government knows. For insight into his case
(representative of many other US POWs) read
this interview with his wife, Carol. I'm still
wearing your bracelet David. I pray you're still alive and
will return home.
Update 1/8/2013: I wore David's bracelet until 2005 when I lost it at a technology training workshop in College Station, Texas. The web host for the previous link is now offline, so I've updated the link to an Internet Archive version. See this website maintained by his wife, Carol Hrdlicka, for more information about his case: www.powhrdlicka.com.
Other Online POW/MIA Resources:
- Code-Name Bright Light: The Untold Story of U.S. POW Rescue Efforts During the Vietnam War
- Remembering Those We Left Behind by Joseph D. Douglass, Jr.
- Return with Honor: A film
about the bravery of US POWs in Indochina
the Boys Goodbye by Monika Jensen-Stevenson and William
- Book: Moscow bound: policy, politics, and the POW/MIA dilemma
- Book: The men we left behind: Henry Kissinger, the politics of deceit and the tragic fate of POWs after the Vietnam War
- National Alliance of Families
For the Return of America's Missing Servicemen
Earl Jr.: An excellent article about MIA Earl Hopper Jr.
and his father's fight to bring him home (Internet Archive link)
- Full Report of the 1993 U.S. Senate Select Committee's Report on POW/MIAs
- The Advocacy and Intelligence Index for POW/MIAs was previously online at www.aiipowmia.com but that domain is offline.
- The National POW/MIA database
- Operation Just Cause
Other SEA Resources:
Last content update 9/16/2001. Links updated 1/8/2013.
This is the homepage for Wesley Fryer's POW/MIA resources.
Return to the vitae of Wesley Fryer
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.