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USS Pueblo, AGER 2 – 50th Anniversary of their capture by the North Koreans 23 January 1968 –
23 December 1968.
The attached article was written by Lt. Schumacher, US Navy, Operations Officer, USS Pueblo, and is a firsthand account of crews action and reaction, insight to their captivity and treatment and DoDs reaction upon their return. Thanks to Quartermaster Plucker, USS PUEBLO, for sharing with us.
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Dressed in my crisp Navy dress blue uniform, I hauled my camera gear to one seemingly quiet and daintily-lit room at the Hilton Hotel in Dearborn, Michigan. But this meeting was far from ordinary.Last September, the Underwoods decided to join a family member update in Detroit hosted by the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) . . .
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We’re not proud of Gene Olson and members of the airport authority or their treatment of Vietnam veteran Gary Hall as well as their disdain for families of POW and MIA soldiers. Read more . . .
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Search for missing WWII bomber gets renewed push ahead of the 75th anniversary of its disappearance.
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Last year, a POW bracelet was found for U.S. Air Force Capt. Dennis Wilkinson who was MIA in 1972. The bracelet, after some searching and media posts, was returned to Capt. Wilkinson's widow. Read the full
story here.

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Vietnam '67!  Historians, veterans and journalists recall 1967 in Vietnam, a year that changed the war and changed America. 
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Missing in Action (MIA) in Laos for 47 Years - read this article as well as the  incident related biography then share it with your friends referencing  the Forty-Seventh (47) Anniversary of Major Duckett’s loss.  Ask your friends to join you in your effort to educate the American public on the Prisoner of War/Missing in Action issue and let them know that WE WILL NOT FORGET - Until They ALL Come HOME!   
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For all who feel that your concerns/critiques of the 10 part Vietnam series by Ken Burns have been falling on deaf ears or perhaps falling into the abyss of File 13 – here's a way to have your concerns heard/read.
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76 years after Pearl Harbor, lab at Air Force base in Nebraska is helping bring home remains of the men of the USS Oklahoma — often to be buried next to deceased parents or brothers and sisters by relatives who know them only from faded photographs.
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Hot off the press - Veterans Careers Column by Vincent Darcangelo, is a stark reminder that discipline and integrity are fading fast in our society. Do Not be afraid to do what is right, no matter the personal cost.
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University of Nebraska Omaha teams with DOD to identify remains of fallen soldiers. The partnership brings together faculty from UNO’s College of Information Science and Technology and the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency.
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Former Prisoners of War need some help! With the Current Administration placing North Korea on the ‘State sponsors of terrorism list’, there is a chance for reparations. The Crew with the aid of some gutsy attorneys are going after the North Koreans. If you check out the ‘go fund me’ site,  you’ll will see the funding  request is for incidentals NOT lawyer’s fees.  We hope you’ll give their request for funding your support.

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Missouri's White POW/MIA Christmas Tree - What a Beautiful expression of Love, Passion and Compassion for our Missing In Action Brothers & Sisters and the families that STILL wait for their return. To be on display at the Jim Stafford Theater during the Christmas Season is truly ‘icing on the cake’.
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Some very good news from Hanoi! At long last, the Vietnamese Government has formally given approval for a DIA Stony Beach Specialist to be permanently assigned in the US Embassy in Hanoi.

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Freedom Flight POW/MIA seeks helps to find stolen equipment.  Freedom Flight POW/MIA, a  group that honors and tries to increase awareness of soldiers missing in action or prisoners of war, is asking for help in locating equipment worth thousands of dollars that was recently stolen. 
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After her husband was shot down and declared MIA, Mary “Betty” Foley became an activist and coordinator for the National League of Families of American Prisoners Missing in Southeast Asia.  Mary Foley passed away on November 28. Read her story . . . 
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Statue for Warner Robins Vietnam veterans park tries to display survivor's guilt. Statues honoring Vietnam veterans await final spot in Warner Robins.
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Families of the Marines who were left waiting on Tarawa want to say “Thank YOU!” Because of the effort put forth by Mark Noah and his HISTORY FLIGHT team, the families have cause for celebration this Thanksgiving Day. Read more . . .
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​​Col. Millard Peck, Chief of the DIA's Special Office for Prisoners of War and Missing in Action, resigned his position in his telling resignation letterof Feb. 12, 1991, describing the putative search for missing men as “a cover-up.”
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​​​​McCain and the POW Cover-Up as written in the American Conservative (2010).

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The Cole Report- The infamous report that started the end of DPMO & JPAC. This report caused both Senate and House Investigation in 2013, GAO Audit and DoD Inspector General Report. It is also the cause – allegedly – for the termination of Mr. Cole  (legal battle continues). 

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"An Unsolicited Program Performance Review of DOD's New DPAA/JPAC  Mission" by ​Alexander Fairfield.​

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POW Investigative Project (PIP)  combines investigative reporting & global Crowdsourcing. 

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Declassified documents show NSA ordered to gather information about Americans MIA in SE Asia - In the Summer 1984, U.S. President Ronald Reagan personally ordered the National Security Agency and other elements of the U.S. signals intelligence community to gather as much information as possible about the potential status of Americans MIA in South East Asia.  Read more . . .

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