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George Thomas Coker a few months before his capture in North Vietnam, May 1966. Other versions:
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Date 2012-08-27 00:06:28(UTC)
Source Transferred from  en.wikipedia to Commons by  PumpkinSky.
Author The original uploader was GeeAlice at English Wikipedia


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This image was uploaded with the permission of George Thomas Coker from his POW release card; which had before capture and after release photos. Permission to use the image was obtained from George Coker on 24 May 2006 for GFDL use. Original edited version by Sagredo

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