Captain William G. Haneke speaks about his time in the U.S. Army at the height of the Cold War and recounts his near fatal-wounding in Binh Thuan province, South Vietnam, while serving as a U.S. military advisor.
|Topics:||Faith and Religion|
|Interviewer Name:||Mark Frankel|
|23 September 2011|
|Service Dates:||1966 to 1969|
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