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We have reached the end of the road in finding our abandoned Korean War POWs

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Hundreds 

   of American POWs from the Korean War were abandoned in North Korea after hostilities ended in 1953. When it became apparent that repatriating these men would not be feasible, the U.S. government declared them, “missing, presumed dead.”

These missing servicemen were forgotten until POW/MIA activists forced the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations to form a POW/MIA select committee to investigate recent reports that POWs are still alive in Vietnam

   and and North Korea and that the government has kept this secret from the public.

  MISSING, PRESUMED DEAD, unveils the mystery of why these POWs were abandoned, the likelihood some are still alive in North Korea and Southeast Asia, and why our government will not negotiate for their release.

Support Congressional Legislation to create a Select Committee to investigate POW/MIAs

POW/MIA Congressional Resolution

H.Res 120 - "There is established a select committee to be known as the Select Committee on POW and MIA Affairs "

For more information on how you can help please go to:

National Alliance of Families website.

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