National POW/MIA Recognition Day — IHRA

Today is the third Friday of September, which means it’s National POW/MIA Recognition Day. Take a moment to remember the individuals of the U.S. military who went missing or were taken prisoner during times of war, then learn about the efforts of the DPAA to bring them home.

via National POW/MIA Recognition Day — IHRA,

In memory of those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice.

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7 Responses to National POW/MIA Recognition Day — IHRA

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  3. SLIMJIM says:

    Grateful for those who were POW/MIA/KIA

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