Robert Timberg

Editor in Chief, Proceedings magazine

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Editor in Chief of Proceedings, the magazine of the US Naval Institute, and author of several books, including The Nightingale's Song and John McCain: An American Odyssey

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The one subject that seems to be the third rail in this otherwise no-holds-barred campaign is John McCain's POW experience in Vietnam 40 years ago and how that affects his…

McCain POW Experience and the Presidency

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