Each year families of the missing remember their lost loved ones while every day others continue to make efforts to give those families closure through recovery operations conducted by the personnel at JPAC (Joint Prisoners of War, Missing in Action Accounting Command).
For most Americans JPAC is an unheard of acronym with an unknown mission of trying to recover the missing in places like Vietnam, Laos, Korea, Burma, throughout Europe, Russia, and around the world.
The JPAC and other websites have numerous fact sheets and data about the POW/MIA’s and effort to answer questions about what happened to them.
The families of the missing and many of us have continued to make efforts keep the memory of the POW/MIA’s alive. The National Alliance of Families and The National League of POW/MIA Families are just two of the organizations that make extensive efforts to maintain and create awareness of the POW/MIA issue and the pledge to never forget, and remember “You Are Not Forgotten”