Major Samuel P. Logan, Jr., if alive, would be 101 years old. Pilot of a B-29 shot down over North Korea on September 9, 1950, Logan is one of 7,556 listed by the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency as Missing in Action from the Korean War. Sixty years later after Logan was declared missing, film footage emerged of him as a POW near the crash site. Join us tonight, as Logan’s sons, David and Mike, remember their father for National POW/MIA Recognition Day. Directing the conversation will be Korean War historian and veteran advocate Susan Kee. Also joining us will be Robin Piacine, who has been searching for her Uncle Bill— Sgt. William Charles Bradley—who went Missing in Action in Korea on Dec. 1, 1950.