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Why it took the Army almost 57 years to recognize a captured US soldier as a ‘prisoner of war’
The soldier was held captive for almost two weeks in 1965.
Air Force’s last serving prisoner of war, shot down in Desert Storm, retires after 33 years
“I don’t regret going over there, fighting and getting shot down ... That’s what I took an oath to do.”
He spent three years as a POW during WWII. Now he’s finally being recognized for his heroism
"He truly represents members of the greatest generation, who did so much but asked so little from their country."
Meet the last survivor of America’s most lethal World War II sub
Only nine of the USS Tang's original 87 crew survived the night it sank.
‘We constantly have them on our minds’ — A little-known agency searches all over for the remains of MIA service members
"Many American's don't know we're still searching for missing Americans across the globe from past conflicts dating back to World War II."
How an Army daughter’s fight won full-honor burials for POWs, enlisted Medal of Honor recipients
"I know that my dad is now resting in peace on this particular issue."
Pennsylvania man accused of faking record as Navy SEAL, POW to steal $300K in benefits
Meleski claimed he was beaten, shot, and tortured, and that he suffered a TBI while jumping out a window in Beirut and carrying a dead SEAL on his back.
A Maryland man dedicated himself to honoring veterans. He also lied about being a Navy SEAL and POW
Bob Pollock became known as perhaps one of the most dedicated people around Crofton, Maryland committed to honoring those who serve the nation. It only made sense, as the creator of the Two Rivers community monument told neighbors and friends he was a former Navy SEAL and had been a prisoner of war.Except he wasn't
A 100-year-old former WWII POW describes how he narrowly escaped the Bataan Death March
With the Imperial Japanese Army hot on his heels, Oscar Leonard says he barely slipped away from getting caught in the grueling Bataan Death March in 1942 by jumping into a choppy bay in the dark of the night, clinging to a log and paddling to the Allied-fortified island of Corregidor
After almost 70 years, a Korean War POW’s remains are coming home
Welcome home, Sgt.
Bowe Bergdahl Is Expected To Plead Guilty To Desertion And Avoid A Trial
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the Army soldier who walked off his outpost in Afghanistan and into Taliban captivity for five years...
A WWII Vet Was Docked Pay For Escaping His German Captors. Now He Wants His $13 Back
A veteran who survived a plane crash and capture by the Germans during World War II has an axe to...
This New Film Perfectly Captures The Inner Turmoil Some Veterans Endure After War
“Prisoner of War,” a new short film written and directed by Matthew R. Sanders and produced by Marty Skovlund Jr.,...