North Korean army guide Kim Mi-Gyong explains events on the deck of the USS Pueblo, a 53.8-metre-long ship the North Koreans seized in 1968 after accusing its crew of spying in its territorial waters, 28 March 2005. The incident which...Plus
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USS Pueblo spy ship was seized by the North Korean navy with 83 crew on 23 January 1968. The 82 survivors were freed after nearly a year of tense negotiations. Currently mooring in the city center of Pyongyang, the ship undergoes...Plus
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Commander Lloyd E. Bucher (left, back to the wall), commanding officer of the USS Pueblo, a Navy ship captured by North Korea in the Sea of Japan in 1968, answers questions during a naval court of inquiry. January 24, 1969. His...Plus
United States Navy captain Lloyd M. Bucher (1927-2004) pictured bottom left with members of the crew of USS Pueblo (AGER-2) on their arrival at Kimpo International Airport in Seoul, South Korea on 24th December 1968. The crew of the...Plus
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United States Navy captain Lloyd M. Bucher (1927-2004) speaks at a press conference in South Korea on 23rd December 1968 after the release of himself and the crew of USS Pueblo (AGER-2) from captivity. The crew of the USS Pueblo have...Plus
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A North Korean Naval force seized the American intelligence ship, USS Pueblo (shown in a file photo) on the high seas early 1/23/1968. As MIG fighters circled overhead, the Pueblo, with 83 men aboard, was forced by Communist patrol...Plus
President Johnson confers with Defense Secretary McNamara during a meeting of the National Security Council at the Executive Mansion 1/24, in this photo released by the White House. The Council discussed the seizure on the high seas of...Plus
Officers and crew of the United States Navy ship USS Pueblo being led away after being captured by North Korean forces in international waters in the Sea of Japan during the Vietnam War.
Commander Lloyd Bucher is greeted by his wife, Cindy, upon returning from captivity in North Korea. He and his crew aboard the USS Pueblo were captured in January 1968.
Shown in this undated file photo is a North Korean patrol boat bearing a message which is said to read: 'Destroy the American invaders, the enemy of North Korea.' Four armed North Korean boats took part on January 23rd in the capture...Plus