Torture

Navy Capt. John McGrath shared these sketches at the POW symposium May 18 at Luke Air Force Base. McGrath was held captive for 2,075 days after his jet was shot down by anti-aircraft fire on June 20, 1967. These drawings depict what everyday life was like for him at the Hanoi Hilton, a POW camp in North Vietnam. (courtesy photo)

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