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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