Air Terminal Goes Silent As Son Finally Brings Home Father Who Went MIA In Vietnam War

The Daily Caller | 8/8/2019 | Staff
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An entire air terminal in Dallas went completely silent Thursday when a Southwest pilot finally was able to bring home his father who went missing in action during the Vietnam War.

Captain Bryan Knight was the pilot who flew the remains of Col. Roy Abner Knight Jr. home from Vietnam 52 years after he was declared MIA — his plane was shot down while on a combat mission over the Ho Chi Minh trail in Laos in 1967, according to the Washington Examiner.

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The American airmen was initially listed as Missing In Action. But seven years later his designation was changed to Killed In Action.

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In February of this year, Knight Jr.’s remains were discovered and then identified by personnel designated to the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency.

A reporter for Canada’s Global News, Jason Proskow, was at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport when the...
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