By Donna E. Elliott
Officially special as Case one thousand by means of the dept of safeguard, Jerry's destiny continues to be doubtful, regardless of a decided quest for the reality by means of his more youthful sister, Donna. annoyed at approximately each flip by means of the POW/MIA forms, she stoically maintains the search-one that has taken her from Washington, D.C. to Vietnam and again again.
Keeping the Promise is a bittersweet story of a sister's never-ending commitment to do exactly that-keep the promise made to her brother, to the households of the POW/MIAs, and most significantly, to these left at the back of in Southeast Asia: we will not cease till each final guy has the fullest attainable accounting.
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Keeping the Promise: The Story of MIA Jerry Elliott, a Family Shattered by His Disappearance, and a Sister's 40-Year Search for the Truth by Donna E. Elliott