Lessons from Vietnam’s Propaganda War

As a five-year prisoner of the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War, then-Lt. James N. Rowe endured near-starvation conditions, persistent accompanying diseases, physical torture, and almost daily “lessons” in communist dogma. … Guided by the military’s Code of Conduct, Rowe refused to comply. This article was originally published on American Free News Network on MayContinue reading “Lessons from Vietnam’s Propaganda War”

Where the Brave Go When There’s Nowhere Left to Go: Of Colonel Nick “Five Years to Freedom” Rowe

The Special Forces Intelligence Officer and the man eventually responsible for developing the U.S. Army’s SERE (Survival, Evasion, Resistance, Escape) training program was one of only two men to escape the Viet Cong.