A former intelligence officer, turns the spotlight on the case of U.S. Navy Captain Michael Scott Speicher, an American pilot believed to have been killed when his plane was shot down over Iraq who may be alive in an Iraqi jail. Reprint.
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Amy Waters Yarsinske is the author of two dozen books, and has been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for Journalism for her six-part series in The Virginian-Pilot on Scott Speicher. A former intelligence officer in the naval reserves, she lives with her husband, a former naval aviator and Desert Storm veteran.From AudioFile:
Michael Scott Speicher's plane went down on January 16, 1991, at the beginning of the war with Iraq. He was presumed dead and declared so by the Navy. Later, doubts emerged, and since then his status has been in question. Terence Aselford sounds like he could be one of Speicher's military colleagues. With an even pace, he communicates the author's conviction that Speicher may still be alive and that the military should have a thorough and transparent investigation in order to live up to the military dictum that no one will be left behind. M.L.C. © AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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