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Published on May 4, 2012
Alvin Plucker was on of the 82 crew members of the USS Pueblo captured by North Korean forces in 1968. His 11-month captivity involved physical and emotional torture, starvation-level sustenance -- and a good deal of humor. Here, Alvin describes how he and his fellow prisoners used the "Hawaiian good luck sign" to fool the entire North Korean nation.