actors. No scripts. No censorship. No boundaries. The art
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"Guerrilla Docs has produced yet another winner" Easyrider
"MIA has the power of a MAC 10 and the emotional heat of Napalm" Bill Hayes Author/ Syndicated Columnist
"On thy grave the rain
shall fall from the eyes
of a mighty nation" Thomas William Parsons
MIA: A Soldier’s Homecoming
On March 20, 1971, Major Jack Barker and Captain John Dugan were piloting a UH-1H Huey helicopter, with Sergeant William Dillender and PFC John Chubb on board. The aircraft was participating in the Lam Son 719 mission, to extract ARVN (Army of the Republic of Vietnam) troops from the Savannakhet Province of Laos. The helicopter was hit by heavy enemy ground fire. There were no survivors.
In 2004 their remains were discovered by a JPAC (Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command) team and returned to America for burial and full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery.
This is the story of the four men, their families, the men who served with them, and the men and women of JPAC who put their lives on the line everyday attempting to recover the remains of America’s lost heroes.