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Goodbye, Saigon

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Goodbye, Saigon

Goodbye, Saigon

Goodbye, Saigon

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Credits

This special report was hosted by Noah Adams, produced by Art Silverman and edited by Marcus Rosenbaum.

(This report aired on All Things Considered April 29, 1985.) On the 10th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, remembrances of the fall of Saigon from people who left, those who stayed and 2nd Lt. Richard Vandegeer, an Air Force pilot who flew one of the last evacuation helicopters out.

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