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Families United in a Search for Truth, Dignity, Acknowledgment and
We are the families... sisters, brothers, nieces, nephews, sons and
daughters. Of the men who went to war and have yet to return, or be accounted-for...
Prisoners of War and Missing In Action.
We represent those who served in the Forgotten War - Korea, and the Unacknowledged War - Cold War Era.
We are united as one in a search for answers, truth, acknowledgment and closure.
We invite you to join us, learn about the issue and about us and what you can do to help
us resolve the issue called 'the highest national priority.'
IN MY OPINION by IRENE L. MANDRA
Memorial Lapel Pin
Delicate 1 ½” x 1 ¼” round lapel pin. Beautiful Colors
Honor Our Prisoners and Missing and Show Your Support
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Korean Cold War
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Korea War Vet Links
The Korean War Ex-POW Association
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Korea-Cold War Vets - UK-British
Although British forces only made up a small proportion of the troops involved in this conflict, they were involved in heavy fighting. This gallery focuses on the Battle of Imjin River in April 1951.
Korea-Cold War Vets - Canada
Canada's contribution, exceeded only by that of the United States and Great Britain, demonstrated her willingness to uphold the United Nations ideals and to take up arms in support of peace and freedom. All told 26,791 Canadians served in the Korean war and another 7,000 served in the theatre between the cease-fire and the end of 1955. The names of 516 Canadian dead are inscribed in the Korea Book of Remembrance.
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Korea-Cold War Vets - Australia
Korea was a place that few Australians knew much about, until 1950. From 1950-53, 17,000 Australians in the Army, Navy and Air Force fought as part of the United Nations (UN) multinational force, defending South Korea from the Communist force of North Korea.
DEDICATED TO EVERY MEMBER OF THE ARMED FORCES WHO HAS MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE PROTECTING OUR FREEDOM AND TO THE FAMILIES THEY HAVE LEFT BEHIND.