Out of Captivity

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Out of Captivity, subtitled Surviving 1967 Days in the Colombian Jungle, is a book written by Marc Gonsalves, Keith Stansell, and Thomas Howes with the assistance of author Gary Brozek. It narrates the time they spent in the Colombian jungle as prisoners of the FARC, an insurgent organization, which accused them of being members of the CIA after their plane crashed in a mountainous region.

Marc Gonsalves, served in the USAF, Keith Stansell was a Marine, and Tom Howes is a professional pilot. They were contractors working for the U.S. Department of Defense at the time of the accident.

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