Cole Black was a Navy lieutenant commander and a fighter pilot when his F8E Cruiser was shot down near Hanoi in North Vietnam in 1966. He was a prisoner of war for nearly eight years, and thousands of Americans wore his name on bracelets to show support for his return and the repatriations of thousand of other POWs and MIAs.
Cole Black was a Navy lieutenant commander and a fighter pilot when his F8E Cruiser was shot down near Hanoi in North Vietnam in 1966. He was a prisoner of war for nearly eight years, and thousands of Americans wore his name on bracelets to show support for his return and the repatriations of thousand of other POWs and MIAs. Kat Bergeron Special to the Sun Herald
Cole Black was a Navy lieutenant commander and a fighter pilot when his F8E Cruiser was shot down near Hanoi in North Vietnam in 1966. He was a prisoner of war for nearly eight years, and thousands of Americans wore his name on bracelets to show support for his return and the repatriations of thousand of other POWs and MIAs. Kat Bergeron Special to the Sun Herald