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.

November 6, 2023


The POW/MIA flag flying in the breeze




MIA Update: The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency announced one burial update for a service member who had been missing and unaccounted for from World War II. Returning home for burial with full military honors is:

--Army Air Force Pvt. Doyle W. Sexton, 23, of Salt Lake City, Utah, was a member of the Headquarters Squadron, 19th Bombardment Group. He died as a prisoner of war on July 19, 1942. He will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, on a date to be determined. Read about Sexton.