North Korea to put captured U.S. spy ship on display

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In this July 17, 2013 photo, former crew member of the USS Pueblo, Robert Chicca, speaks to the Associated Press at his home in Bonita, CA. Chicca, a Marine Corps sergeant who served as a Korean linguist on the Pueblo which was captured by North Koreans in 1968, said "I got shot up in the original capture, so we were taken by bus and then train for an all-night journey to Pyongyang in North Korea, and then they put us in a place we called the barn." (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)