I first adopted a POW MIA back around 1975
when I was about 13. At that time my whole family adopted one
a piece as dad was serving in the air force and we were stationed in
Turkey at that time.
The first POW MIA I adopted was
click on his bracelet to find out more about him.
Recently I have adopted two more from the state I now call
home. Naturally I chose to adopt from the same branch of service that
my dad put his time in.To find out more about them click their bracelets.
Recently we had a Vietnam Veterans and All Veterans Reunion
in the city where I live and had the 5/8 scale Moving Wall. I attended
the reunion and took the time to find the location on the wall of my
POW's. I took some pictures of their names on the WALL and hope to in
the near future be including those in this page. Check back as this
page will continually be under construction.
I would like to take just a moment to post
a personal statement to those that served and made it back. You have my
deepest respect and gratitude for all you have done . I feel it's ahame
that this country of ours has forgotten the price of our freedom.....
IT WAS PAID FOR BY ALL OF THOSE WHO SERVED AND THOSE THAT SERVED
THAT HAVEN'T RETURNED!!!!!!!!!!
all of you a debt of gratitude that can never be repaid.