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Official U.S. Government website for the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA). Our mission is to provide the fullest possible accounting for our missing personnel to their families and the nation. U.S. Navy Rear Adm. Jon Kreitz, Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency deputy director, delivers a speech during a Veterans Day ceremony aboard the USS Missouri Memorial in Honolulu, Hawaii, Nov. 11,...
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Your proposal to use part of the former Naval Air Station Cecil Field for a POW/MIA Memorial is a fitting location to pay tribute to this very special group. Given that Mary Hoff, the creator of the POW/MIA flag, is a long-time resident of Jacksonville, and that her husband, Lieutenant Commander Michael G. Hoff, is memorialized at Cecil Field, there could not be a more appropriate site for the...
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While most people think of Vietnam when they hear about POW/MIA issues, the truth is there are servicemen and women from every American conflict that fall into these categories including the most recent wars. The Minnesota POW/MIA Riders Association is a not-for-profit organization run by a board...
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A POW/MIA scrolling memorial dedicated to our Nation's Heroes - the military. Memorial under construction. All heroes WW2 - Afghanistan to be added. Unaccounted for As of 8/4/2011 (Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command). This memorial created and maintained by R. Cyril West.
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O God of Mercy, we beg you now to protect in a special way those who are fighting for us and for the country we love. Bless them and take care of them. If they are tired, give them strength; if they are wounded and suffering, give them comfort if they are lonely, touch them with your gentle hand...
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Formed in June of 1990, our founding members included World War II, Korean - Cold War, and Vietnam War POW/MIA family members frustrated by the U. S. government's lack of progress on the issue of our Prisoners of War and Missing in Action. The Alliance is the only family organization to represent POW/MIA families from all wars. Early efforts of the Alliance spurred the formation of the U.S....
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“If you took 100 Doug Zembiecs to war with you, you could conquer the world.” That is how Maj. Zembiec’s high-school wrestling coach characterized him – though the men who served with him captured his spirit more succinctly: He was … read more. Funeral Announcement For Tulsamerican Pilot Killed During World War II (Ford, E.). Funeral Announcement For USS Oklahoma Sailor Killed During WWII...
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Donations Sponsors Photo Gallery Calendar Board of Directors Official documents Boise Valley POW*MIA. To the public Awareness of the Prisoner Of War/Missing In Action issue. Boise Valley POW/MIA Corporation is a non-profit organization dedicated. We reflect the highest possible personal and professional standards. Idaho Missing MIA's The National League of POW/MIA Families. National League of...
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The 1991-1992 Senate Select Committee unanimously recommended that an imagery task force be created to review archived Vietnam War imagery for signs of live POWs. The Defense Department has steadfastly refused to implement that recommendation, despite the fact that symbols discovered by the committee matched names and distress symbols given to missing American pilots. The government claims that...
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Chairman, Mary Schantag, recipient of the Viêtnow, "Endurance Award / Lifetime Commitment" Award, May 18, 2013 in Branson, MO. Named Red River Valley Fighter Pilots Assn., "Association of the Year" on May 28, 2005 in Washington, D.C. Awarded MOZARK MOAA's "True American Hero Award" November 9, 2006 in Branson, MO. The POW Network All Parties Rights Are Reserved Internationally. Just click the...
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"From Charleston our crew went to Westover Field, Massachusetts and flew submarine patrol for two weeks. Then we were given a new plane of our own to take overseas. We left from Mitchell Field, New York and went to Bangor, Maine for supplies, then left the States for Newfoundland where we sat for about a week because of bad weather. "We went on to the Azores when the weather finally broke, and...
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Order from Memorial Bracelets to honor the memory of those killed or missing in action, currently deployed service members, or victims of terrorism. Today, we also keep others in our memories... Victims and Heroes of Terrorism. To keep the memory alive of those who have died innocently at the hands of terrorists or fighting terrorism, we now also wear Memorial Bracelets. By wearing a Memorial...
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A honor page devoted to a naval aviator from the Vietnam War believed to be a POW transferred to Soviet Kazakhstan. One case which supports the theory that only a portion of the total POWs held by the North Vietnamese were released as part of the Paris peace settlement in February-March 1973 - involves a civilian named Bobby Jo Keesee. Keesee was a Korean War veteran reportedly turned criminal,...
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