Tia Keevil, a nurse who lives in New York City and who was one of nearly 3,000 Vietnamese orphans evacuated from Saigon Vietnam during the last days of the Vietnam war in April 1975 in what was known ... more 
Tia Keevil, a nurse who lives in New York City and who was one of nearly 3,000 Vietnamese orphans evacuated from Saigon Vietnam during the last days of the Vietnam war in April 1975 in what was known as "Operation BabyLift" poses for a photograph with her brother from her adopted American family Chris Keevil during an event commemorating the 40th anniversary of "Operation BabyLift" at the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans War Memorial in Holmdel, New Jersey April 25, 2015. Keevil, who was adopted into a large family in Lincoln Massachusetts, was 3 years old in 1975 when the Viet Cong attacked, demolishing her village, and was separated from her mother, ending up in an orphanage. She says that "being left alone is still my biggest fear today. I always need to know where people are. It has never left me." Picture taken April 25, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar less 
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