Hang'em High they used to say about bad-guy cowboys in the West. Hang'em Out To Dry is the outcome of decades of politics since the Vietnam POW release in 1973. Written by the former wife of a B-52 aircraft commander, the last pilot shot down, and the last POW released, POW/MIA is the 1990s republished stateside story of one reunited couple's marriage difficulties and demise. POW/MIA is also a 2016 re-examination of data concerning some 1205 POWs left behind. Senator John McCain conducted the 1992 POW/MIA Senate Select Committee interviews with family members and military personnel about the POW's fate; his conclusion, and the formal Committee conclusion, was there there was no compelling evidence of POWs left behind. In contrast, the Staff Researchers of the POW/MIA Committee had a collective conclusion about missing POWs -- evidence of POWs still alive in Vietnam in 1989 -- was immense. Moreover, in 2010 Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Sydney Schanberg (The Killing Fields) reported the data for John McCain's major responsibility in leaving those 1205 POWs behind.