United They Don't Stand
Michael H. Glawe is a soft-spoken, cerebral guy. But during the final years of the Vietnam War, he was one of the U.S. Air Force pilots who undertook such gutsy missions as flying American prisoners of war out of Hanoi. In 1975, as Saigon fell, he evacuated a group of injured orphans after their first plane crashed at the edge of the airfield.
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