The date was April 4, 1975, and Bob Macauley, an ordinary middle-class person, was sitting in his living room in New Canaan, Connecticut, watching the images on TV of a plane crash halfway around the world. Three hundred Vietnamese war orphans were being airlifted out of Saigon to the United States, when the plane went down.
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