Everett Alvarez, Jr., was the first U.S. pilot to be downed and detained during the Vietnam War and spent over eight years and seven months in captivity by the North Vietnamese. Alvarez is the second-longest held U.S. Prisoner of War in United States military history. He was repeatedly beaten and tortured.
Alvarez joins Greg Kelly in this riveting part two interview about his time in prison and how it felt to be released after spending 3,113 days in captivity.
Everett Alvarez has co-authored two books, writing of his prisoner of war experiences in Chained Eagle and Code of Conduct.