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Unclaimed - Wikipedia

Discovery: Special Forces Green Beret Master Sgt. John Hartley Robertson is the subject of a documentary which claims to have found him alive - 44 years after he supposedly died in Vietnam. (LONDON The Daily Mail) - Sgt. Robertson's name is etched along with 60,000 others onto Washington D.C.'s poignant Vietnam memorial, but now the documentary ...

Green Beret who vanished in Vietnam War still alive?

Photo of Sgt. Robertson (movieunclaimed.com) " Unclaimed," a new documentary premiering at Toronto's Hot Docs film festival on Tuesday night, tells the story of Special Forces Green Beret Master Sgt. John Hartley Robertson, who was shot down over Laos in 1968 and was long presumed dead. The documentary actually follows fellow Vietnam …

JOHN HARTLEY ROBERTSON - MACVSOG

Discovery: Special Forces Green Beret Master Sgt. John Hartley Robertson is the subject of a documentary which claims to have found him alive - now revealed as incorrect - 44 years after he supposedly died in Vietnam

Missing Vietnam vet Sgt. John Hartley Robertson is a fraud ...

A 2009 Defense Prisoner of War Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) memo sent to the MailOnline on Tuesday acknowledges that the man, known as Dang Tan Ngoc, came to the attention of U.S. personnel in Vietnam in 2006. He was claiming to be Sgt. John Hartley Robertson, who is thought to have died in a special forces op mission over Laos in 1968.

Unclaimed - Wikipedia

Unclaimed is a 2013 Canadian documentary film about a man who claims to be former Special Forces Green Beret Master Sgt. John Hartley Robertson, who was declared dead after being shot down over Laos on a classified mission on 20 May 1968. The documentary is written, directed, and produced by Michael Jorgensen.It follows Tom Faunce, a veteran of the Vietnam …

U.S. Army Veteran 'found living in Vietnam village 44 ...

Discovery: Special Forces Green Beret Master Sgt. John Hartley Robertson is the subject of a documentary which claims to have found him alive - 44 years after he supposedly died in Vietnam. (LONDON The Daily Mail) - Sgt. Robertson's name is etched along with 60,000 others onto Washington D.C.'s poignant Vietnam memorial, but now the documentary ...

John Hartley Robertson : Master Sergeant from Alabama ...

Master Sergeant Robertson was a member of Command and Control North, 5th Special Forces Group. On May 20, 1968, he was a passenger in a Sikorsky Choctaw Cargo Helicopter (CH34) on a mission 4 miles inside Laos south of the A Shau Valley. As it landed it was hit by enemy fire, crashed and burned. His remains were not recovered.

Green Beret who vanished in Vietnam War still alive ...

"Unclaimed," a new documentary premiering at Toronto's Hot Docs film festival on Tuesday night, tells the story of Special Forces Green Beret Master Sgt. John Hartley Robertson, who was shot down over Laos in 1968 and was long presumed dead. The documentary actually follows fellow Vietnam vet Tom Faunce, who heard about Robertson's …

THE WALL OF FACES - Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund

Special Forces Green Beret Master Sgt. John Hartley Robertson had forgotten how to speak English over the 44 years since he was left behind in the Vietnam War. But he never forgot that he was a father, husband and an American soldier, born in Alabama, shot down over Laos in a 1968 classified mission.