Vietnamese Group 559 Document
"Downed Aircraft - Record of Enemy Aircraft Shot Down from 1965 to 1975."

The Vietnamese record of the shot down shows it was a C130A aircraft and it occurred on 24 NOV 1969. This matches The DoD records. The record states that five pilots were killed and four short guns found. What happened to the other three crew members? This information along with the unexplained "GX2527" found in 1992 should raise a reasonable doubt that he may still be alive. But it doesn't. Why... because DoD's policy has been and always will be there is no credible evidence that any POW's still remain in captivity. To understand this ridiculous policy, see the section on Senator John F Kerry as chairman of the Senate Select Committee on POW/MIA Affairs.