Name: Henri Huet
Rank/Branch: CIV/Associated Press Photographer
Date of Birth: CA 1928 Vietnam
Home City of Record: France
Date of Loss: 10 February 1971
Country of Loss: Laos
Loss Coordinates:
Status (in 1973): Missing, Presumed Dead
Aircraft/Vehicle/Ground: Uh-1
REFNO: X001-0-02

Other Personnel in Incident: Four photographers: Larry Burrows, 44, of Life
magazine; Henri Huet, 43, of The Associated Press; Kent Potter, 24, United
Press International, and Keizaburo Shimamoto, 34, of Newsweek, a South
Vietnamese army photographer, two senior officers and the four-man crew.

Source: Compiled by P.O.W. NETWORK from one or more of the following: raw
data from U.S. Government agency sources, correspondence with POW/MIA
families, published sources, interviews. 2020



Laos 1971 Crash Scene Searched
The Associated Press
BAN ALANG, Laos (AP) - A team of nine Americans and some 80 Laotian
workers dug deep into a steep mountainside Saturday where a helicopter
was shot down 28 years ago, killing four news photographers covering the
Vietnam War. ....
EDITOR'S NOTE: Richard Pyle was AP Vietnam's bureau chief at the time
of the crash.


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