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National Alliance of POW/MIA Families ~ For the Return of America's Missing Servicemen, World War II, Korean War, Cold War, Vietnam, Gulf War I, Gulf War II
World War II Veterans Organization1 - Updates on the World War II Memorial and other information of interest to our World War II vets.
American Ex-Prisoners of War Organization ~ organization is a national organization for American citizens who were captured by the enemy. Membership is open to all former prisoners of war from any theater in any war, all former civilian internees and to the families of such persons. There is no such thing as an "associate" member and we have no auxiliaries. Each and every member is entitled to all privileges of membership. At the present time, the American Ex-Prisoners of War has over 300 Chapters and State Departments, representing over 27,000 members.Our purpose is our motto: "We exist to help those who cannot help themselves." Founded April 14, 1942 the American Ex-Prisoners of War organization has existed for the purpose of helping others.  The organization of former POW's (military and civilian), their spouses, families and civilian internees has helped those affected by their capture deal with the trauma through friendship of those who shared a common experience.  The friendships have formed lasting relationships from POW camps until late in life.
Ted Guy's Hanoi - A truly inspiring site. Testimonials from former POWs as well as POW Camp maps, overflight views of the POW camps and diagrams of the layout of the camps and prison cells.
Pacific Wrecks Database Excellent resourse for World War II air losses and recoveries.
Site 85 ~ If you are looking for documentation, and photos regarding the fall of Lima Site 85, this is the place to go. A great web site.
The National Ex-Prisoner of War Association - Promote the welfare of those who during service with United Kingdom or Allied Forces were made Prisoner of War. Renew that spirit of comrade-ship known only between Prisoners of War.
GX2527 - In 1992, the Authenticator Code of Major Peter Matthes was picked up on satelite imagery outside the Dong Vei Prison in Vietnam. The U.S. govenment responded to that call for help by burying Major Matthes and his crewmates. Buried with no remains and no evidence, this case is another example of the USG's creative accounting. Today his family continues to ask... where is Major Matthes. This site is a MUST see.
POW Forum ~ Good, solid documentation. 1205 Document, Baron 52 Case Synopsis, Lima Site 85 history & synopsis. Solid links.
Rescue Dawn, the Movie vs the Truth - This movie plays fast and loose with the truth and maligns a courageous POW, Eugene DeBruin. Learn the truth about Eugene DeBruin from the words of Deiter Dengler and the last survivor of the daring escape from a Lao POW Camp.
World War II Families for the Return of the Missing ~ An advocacy group of volunteers that can assist in the confusing and often frustrating process of locating and repatriating the remains of our missing service personnel from World War II.
Korean War Project ~ the most complete database of Korean War POW/MIAs. In our opinion, one of the best sites on the internet.
POW Network - Largest collection of biographies on Vietnam POW/MIAs. These bios contain the most accurate information available on circumstances of loss. This site also houses the "Operation Smoking Gun" collection. Debuting on the World Wide Web on June 20, 1996, this collection contains over 1,400 documents for your viewing. This site is a valuable research resource.
Library of Congress - the POW/MIA searchable data base. You can use this data base to browse descriptions of documents held by the LOC. Microfilm reels by be sent to your local library though the Inter Library Loan Program.
The Virtual Wall ~ Vietnam Veterans Memorial ~ “The Virtual Wall is an on-line Vietnam War memorial. The website opened on March 23, 1997 and The Virtual Wall has a separate memorial page for each casualty remembered. Each memorial page may contain one or more photographs, remembrances, graphics of military unit patches and awards, citations of awards for valor, and a synopsis of the incident that caused the loss of life. Its database accumulates by relatives or friends of a casualty contributing remembrances, photographs and their own details to The Virtual Wall using the websites free-to-use facilities. The website includes a list of those awarded military honors, the use of photographs in a pictorial index and a search facility. It has enabled thousands of contacts between relatives and military buddies of a casualty. The Virtual Wall is modeled on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, in Washington, DC, USA, which has the names of over 58,000 American military men.”
Interactive Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Rolling Thunder NH-1
Rolling Thunder NH-2
Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association ~ NH Chapter 5
U.S. Marine Riders
Nam Knights Motorcycle Club ~ NH Granite State Chapter
Patriot Guard Riders
American Legion Riders
Purple Heart Riders, NH Chapter
Blue Star Mothers of New Hampshire
New Hampshire Gold Star Mothers

Defense Prisoner of War Missing Personnel Office ( DPMO) ~ The Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) is responsible for establishing and overseeing policies on the rescue of living Americans and the recovery of the remains of those who are missing in action from foreign battle fields.

The Coalition of Families of Korean and Cold War POW/MIAs pursues answers to the fate of 8000 American soldiers, marines, airmen, and sailors still missing-in-action from the Korean and Cold Wars. We are the families of the missing men … brothers, sisters, wives, children, nieces, nephews and grandchildren. We assist each other in our individual searches, while helping to shape the nature and scope of the mission overall.
Korea - Cold War Families of the Missing   ~ 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.

We invite you to join us, learn about the issue and about us and what you can do to help us resolve the issue called 'the highest national priority.'
Vietnam Veterans of America ~ Northeast POW/MIA Network Chapter 1 ~ Rutland, VT -VVA Chapter 1 meets the second Wednesday of the month at the VFW - 15 Wales Street, Rutland, VT. at 6:00 PM.
P.O.W. Network  
Box 68
Skidmore, MO 64487- 0068
Phone: 660-928-3304, Email: info@pownetwork.org
Geneva Convention relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War, 75 U.N.T.S. 135, entered into force Oct. 21, 1950.

NH Veterans Cemetery, Boscawen, NH

A new link has been installed on our front page so you can subscribe to news items from the Veterans cemetery. At least once a month you will receive a listing of interments for the previous month. Then a few times a year you will receive notifications of any events taking place at the cemetery. Events such as Memorial Day, Veterans Day, and or any dedications of monuments.

It only takes a few minutes to subscribe. In a few days once we have folks signed up we will send out a test page. You can easily unsubscribe. We hope this will help keep families more informed on the happenings at the cemetery. Please pass this information on to your family and friends. Thank you and I hope you all agree this will be helpful.

Michael Horne, Director


We are a completely volunteer organization, veterans and non-veterans, using awareness, communication, education, legislation, and compassion to assuage the pain associated with one of the most devastating outcomes of service to one’s Country. As we honor POW/MIAs, returned and still waiting to come home, we aggressively pursue means to return the missing and protect those serving.
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