Friends of the Forgotten

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The Intent and purpose of Friends of the Forgotten ® is to raise public awareness on the POW-MIA issue.

THE ISSUE: Since World War I more than 200,000 Americans have been listed as Prisoners of War or Missing in Action.  Less than half of them were returned at the end of hostilities, leaving more than 125,000 American servicemen Missing In Action since the beginning of World War I.During the 14-years of American involvement in Southeast Asia, and specifically the Vietnam War, more than 2,500 Americans were captured or listed as missing in action.

The Intent and purpose of Friends of the Forgotten ® is to raise public awareness on the POW-MIA issue.Friends of the Forgotten ® is not connected with or an affiliate of any other organization or political party.Friends of the Forgotten ® is not intended to raise funds for profit. Any funds received or raised will be used for education, donations or operating expenses.Friends of the Forgotten ® operates under the guidelines of the federal government for non-profit organizations. Meetings are open to the public and held on the first Monday of the Month at the Blue Comets Club, Skippack, PA at 7:30 P.M.All are welcomed to join us!

Contact: http://www.friendsoftheforgotten.org/contact.html