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When former Spotlight correspondent Mike Blair first began reporting back in 1975 that live American prisoners were being held from both the Korean and Vietnam wars, the Establishment insisted that they were all dead. In the Clinton years, all were pronounced dead. But the Bush administration says there are live POWs, and it is committed to bringing them home.

According to Jerry Jennings, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, there are 1,936 Americans unaccounted for in the Vietnam War; 1,806 from the Korean War; and 120 from the Cold War.

Honoring all living veterans, America's Veterans invites the families of our POW/MIA's to submit a black and white image of their loved ones for inclusion on The Living Wall©.

Contact: Peggy Fontenot
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