Hanoi residents pay tribute to John McCain’s influence

Hanoi residents pay tribute to John McCain’s influence

Americans and Vietnamese poured in placing flags and flowers at the McCain Memorial in Hanoi, Vietnam, as a tribute to the late senator. His fighter jet was shot down in 1967 in Vietnam while working a pilot for the US Navy. He was captured as a prisoner of war. McCain himself visited the statue on a return to Vietnam in 2009. The ‘maverick’ died at home in Hidden Valley, in Sedona, Arizona, surrounded by his wife Cindy and his family at 4.28pm on Saturday.

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