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In March 1975, with America's days in Vietnam numbered, CIA operations officer, Charles Taber, was given the assignment of evacuating the Vietnamese employees of House Seven, the Agency's radio propaganda force, from South Vietnam. After a flawless transfer of over 1300 employees and family members to a refugee camp on Phu Quoc Island things began to fall apart. Even as they learned of the fall of the Embassy in Saigon, Taber was finally told to "get out anyway you can." This is the story of one man's small but thrilling role in the final exodus of the United States from its Indochinese adventure. Fascinating reading for all interested in the history of the CIA and the Vietnam War.
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