A Hero Lost

August 1966
Time;8/19/1966, Vol. 88 Issue 8, p29
The article profiles U.S. Air Force Major James Kasler who has become the most famous pilot over North Viet Nam and has been admired for his loyalty to his partners in times of difficulties. It accounts the event which has put Kasler into the dangers of the war and to his eventual capture by the communists in Hanoi. It says that in spite of a major search by almost 50 aircraft for eight hours, Kasler was not seen again.


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