During July of 2015, U.S. Navy fighter pilot, Capt. Charlie Plumb (ret) returned to Vietnam. This marked the first time he'd been to the country since leaving the North Vietnamese prison system on February 19, 1973.
Shot down by a surface-to-air missile in May of 1967, Charlie was a POW for nearly six years and suffered deprivation, torture and abuse.
"There. And Back" is OGTA's record of Charlie's experiences meeting former enemies, captor and locations.
It's a fascinating look at what it takes to overcome adversity and also a terrific primer to pose the question of your self—what would I have done had I been in Charlie's place?