American POWs Kept Behind After the Korean War. What Happened to Them?

Mysteries, outrages and oddities from North Korea

 All POW-MIA is a comprehensive resource center for all things POW/MIA

Detailed information on missing Korean War Servicemen

Providing a service to veterans, families, researchers, and students of military history.

Statistics and items of interest concerning Americans and foreign nationals held captive in North Vietnam, South Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and China.

Vietnam-Era Prisoner-of-War/Missing-in-Action Database This database has been established to assist researchers interested in investigating the U.S. Government documents pertaining to U.S. military personnel listed as unaccounted for as of December 1991.

A senate aide confided that the POW issue is not a high priority because there is "no public interest." We don't believe that's true. Please support our efforts. (Task Force Omega - Kentucky)

TASK FORCE OMEGA, INC. was incorporated, as a national organization, in Virginia in 1983 by POW/MIA family members, Vietnam veterans and concerned citizens.

Our goals are simple... the return of any live Prisoners of War, and accurate accounting of the missing, the recovery and scientific identification of remains or a reasonable explanation as to why return, recovery or accounting is impossible.

We are the families... sisters, brothers, nieces, nephews, sons and daughters. Of the men who went to war and have yet to return, or be accounted-for... Prisoners of War and Missing In Action.We represent those who served in the Forgotten War - Korea, and the Unacknowledged War - Cold War Era. We are united as one in a search for answers, truth, acknowledgment and closure.

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