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To date, their are literally thousands of Americans listed as POW/MIA.  Of those thousands, hundreds once called Pennsylvania home.  To date, 18 Pennsylvanians remain POW or MIA from World War I, 448 from World War II,  594  from the Korean War, 100 from the Vietnam War, and 16 from Cold War incidents.

 

It is time for the United States to return to the mountains, jungles, and rice-paddies of Vietnam and Korean to re-claim the sons and daughters of America -- the boys which the U.S. Government left behind. It is true that the U.S. Government has been providing repatriation efforts in Vietnam, however, these efforts are slow at best. We continually sit down with North Korea in hopes of opening up channels for beginning repatriation efforts -- such as to match those on-going in Vietnam. However, they [N. Korea] demand aid in return for our heroes and promptly remove themselves from the table when their demands go unheeded.  How dare ANY country place a price on the duty and honor of returning National Heroes.  Further talks/negotiations continue.....

 

Write to the President of the United States, and your Statesman as well. Remind them of their obligations to "We the people..." and to those who were led by honor and devotion to duty. Let them know that their constituency is none to pleased with their actions and efforts (or lack thereof) on behalf of our POW/MIAs. Sternly remind them that these Soldiers, Sailors, Airman, and Marines went into harms way for them -- and they abided by the code of conduct. It's time for Washington to abide by that code too! Throughout the confines of this site, you will find a listing of Pennsylvania's loved ones (and some their stories) who remain unaccounted for today. Let's work towards taking this web-page, and one's just like it, off the internet as soon as possible. Keep in mind that, although this site lists only Pennsylvania's boys, ALL of our POW/MIAs are just as important! I hope that your stay is educational, as well as informative, and that you walk [or surf] away feeling a little bit different. Speak for those who can no longer speak for themselves!

 

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Leave No Man Behind by Garnett "Bill" Bell with George J. Veith

Kiss the Boys Goodbye : How the United States Betrayed Its Own P.O.W.S. in Vietnam by Monika Jensen-Stevenson, William Stevensen

A heart-ripping autobiography of Colonel Jim Thompson, America's Longest-Held Prisoner of War.

by Frank Anton , Tommy Denton (Contributor), and Frank Anton

One Day Too Long by Timothy N. Castle

Five Years to Freedom by James N. Rowe

Code-Name Bright Light: The Untold Story of U.S. POW Rescue Efforts During the Vietnam War by George J. Veith

 

 

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