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Most US Soldierss were not captured. Those circumstances were usually reserved for US Airmen who had been shot down over North Vietnam. Torture may have occurred to those downed airmen, whose status was POW (Prisoner of War). Refer to books and websites concerning POWs in the Vietnam War.

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