Former Vietnam POW to Visit The King's College
Ralph Galati will highlight what he learned about his faith and leadership as he served his country during Vietnam.
New Yorkó On November 9 at 12:30 p.m., Lt. Ralph Galati will speak to the student body about his experience as a prisoner of war. He will highlight what he learned about his faith and leadership as he served his country during Vietnam.
Galatiís plane was shot down in North Vietnam in 1972. After his capture, he survived months of interrogations, hunger and an extended period of solitary confinement.
Within a couple of weeks of Galatiís imprisonment, Sharon Denney, the current Associate Director of Admission, purchased a metal band from the POW/MIA Bracelet Campaign. The bracelet she received was engraved with Galatiís name.
Thirty-four years later, Denney found Galati and they will meet for the first time on November 9.
The King's College is strategically located in the Empire State Building in New York City and has a focused core curriculum of Business, Politics, Philosophy and Economics.
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