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Bravo Two Zero 
Andy McNab
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Hornets over Kuwait 
Jay A. Stout
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It Doesn't Take a Hero 
H. Norman, General Schwarzkopf
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Richard P. Hallion
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Into the Storm : A Study in Command 
Tom Clancy,
Frederick M. Franks
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Crusade : The Untold
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Rick Atkinson
Strike Eagle : Flying the
F-15E in the Gulf War
William Smallwood
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The Generals' War : The
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Michael R. Gordon,
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Every Man a Tiger 
Tom Clancy,
Frederick M. Franks
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Prisoners of War in Operation Desert Storm


Alabama


Army Specialist David Lockett, 23 of Bessemer. Captured by the Iraqis on January 30 during the "four thrusts" attack into Saudi Arabia. He was taken along with the United States first women P.O.W., Melissa Nealy. Carried as MIA throughout the war, he was released as a P.O.W. on March 4, 1991.

California


Marine Corps Lt. Col. Clifford M. Acree, 39 of Oceanside. Shot down in his OV-10 spotter plane. Released on March 5, 1991.

Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer Guy L. Hunter, 46 of Camp Pendelton. Shot down in an OV-10 Bronco. Released on March 5, 1991.

Georgia


Air Force Captain Harry M. Roberts, 30 of Savannah. Released on March 5, 1991.

Idaho


Army Sergeant Daniel Stamaris, 31 of Boise. Released as a P.O.W. on March 5, 1991.

Illinois


Sergeant Troy Allen Dunlap, 20 of Massac. Released as a P.O.W. on March 5, 1991.

Massachusetts


Air Force Lt. Col. Jeffrey D. Fox, 39 of Falls River. Captured after his OV-10 was shot down in Kuwait. Released on March 5, 1991.

Michigan


Army Specialist Melissa Rathburn-Nealy, 20 of Grand Rapids. Captured by the Iraqis on January 30 during the four Iraqi thrusts into Saudi Arabia. She was the first women to be listed as missing in action and remained as MIA during the war. She was released on March 4, 1991.

New Jersey


Navy Lt. Jeffrey N. Zaun, 28 of Cherry Point. Zaun was one of the P.O.W.'s shown on Iraqi television with several injuries visible on his face. After his release on March 4, Zaun said he injured himself to deter his Iraqi captors from showing his face on television. Zaun's co-pilot was Lt. Robert Wetzel, who was released on the same day.

New York


Air Force Capt. William F. Andrews, 32 of Syracuse. Listed as MIA during the war, but was released as a P.O.W. on March 5, 1991.

Major Rhonda L. Cornum, 36 of Freeville. Released as a P.O.W. on March 5, 1991.

North Carolina


Air Force Col David W. Eberly, 43 of Goldsboro. Released on March 5, 1991.

Air Force Major Thomas E. Griffith, 34 of Goldsboro. Released on March 4, 1991.

Marine Capt. Russell A.C. Sanborn, 27 of Havelock, N.C. Listed as MIA during the war, but was released as a P.O.W. on March 5, 1991.

Ohio


Marine Captain Michael C. Berryman, 28 of Cleveland. Listed as MIA during the war, but was released as a P.O.W. on March 5, 1991.

Pennsylvania


Air Force Major Jeffrey Scott Tice, 35 of Sellerville. Released on March 5, 1991.

Air Force 1st Lt. Robert James Sweet, 24 of Philadelphia. Listed as MIA during the war, but was released as a P.O.W. on March 5, 1991.

Virginia


Navy Lt. Lawrence Randolf Slade, 26 of Virginia Beach. Released on March 4, 1991.

Navy Lt. Robert Wetzel, 30 of Virginia Beach. MIA on Jan. 18. Shot down in a Navy A-6. His copilot, Lt. Jeffery Zaun, was captured by Iraqi soldiers and listed as a P.O.W., but Wetzel's fate was unknown until the end of the war. Wetzel was listed as MIA throughout the conflict, but was released as a P.O.W. on March 4, 1991.

Washington


Air Force Capt. Richard D. Storr, 29 of Spokanne. Listed as MIA during the war, but was released as a P.O.W. on March 5, 1991.

Wisconsin


Marine Corps Major Joseph J. Small, 39 of Racine. Released as a P.O.W. on March 5, 1991.


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