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What It's Like to Go to War: Izzy Freedman
Freedman, Israel
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Air Force pilot, Izzy Freedman, talks about going to Vietnam in 1963 as an advisor when only 12,000 troops were there. He recounts the work he did flying rescues out of Laos and Cambodia. When he left the Air Force he was hired by Air American and flew missions during the Vietnam conflict. Recorded in Pattaya, Thailand, in February 2014 as part of California Reads, War Comes Home, a program of Cal Humanities
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Freedman, Israel
Vietnam War, 1961 - 1975

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