POW/MIA

2018-2019  POW - MIA PROGRAM
 
All those who fought and served their country when they received the call, were men and women of courage, judgment, integrity and dedication. Where does dedication end? You can never put an end to  dedication. After all, those who remain Prisoners of War or are still Missing in Action are still serving with never ending dedication. For them, it can never be over. For us, we can never let their sacrifices, or them, be forgotten.

All  Reports should be submitted to:
                  
               Michael Chism
               702 Constance Woods Rd
               Suffolk, VA 23434
               (757) 438-8300
               mchism97@gmail.com

The following are the days that the POW-MIA flag should be flying:
 
Armed Forces Day - the third Saturday in May
Memorial Day - the last Monday in May
Flag Day - June 14
Independence Day - July 4
National POW-MIA Recognition Day - the third Friday in September
Veterans Day - November 11
 
 
 
 
 

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