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National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the PunchbowlNational POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Punchbowl
National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Punchbowl

U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Stephen D. Tom, the Commander of the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) passes out coins for a job well done to members of the Pacific Command Color Guard and Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Base Honor Guard at the conclusion of the National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony held at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) in Honolulu, Hawaii on Sept. 16. More than 200 past and present military members gathered with civilians to celebrate the day, which recognizes the sacrifices of those Americans who have been prisoners of war and to remind the Nation of those individuals that are still missing. JPAC is responsible for the recovery of missing Americans from past conflicts and travels all around the world in search of those individuals in order to bring full accountability to their families and the American people. (DoD photo/Master Sgt. Cohen A. Young)
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National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the PunchbowlNational POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Punchbowl
National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Punchbowl

Musician 3rd Class, Shelby Tucci, a native of Huntington, W. Va., performs the "Taps" melody at the conclusion of the POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony held at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) in Honolulu, Hawaii on Sept. 16. More than 200 past and present military members and civilians gathered with the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) as they honored those held in captivity or are missing in action from past conflicts. The third Friday of Sept. has served as the National POW/MIA Recognition Day since 1986 and honors and recognizes the sacrifices of those Americans who have been prisoners of war and to remind the Nation of those individuals that are still missing. JPAC is responsible for the recovery of missing Americans from past conflicts and travels all around the world in search of those individuals in order to bring full accountability to their families and the American people. (DoD photo/Master Sgt. Cohen A. Young)
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National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the PunchbowlNational POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Punchbowl
National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Punchbowl

Honor Guard members Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii perform a 21-gun salute in honor of those fallen and missing in action during the POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony held at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) in Honolulu, Hawaii on Sept. 16. More than 200 past and present military members and civilians gathered with the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) as they honored those held in captivity or are missing in action from past conflicts. The third Friday of Sept. has served as the National POW/MIA Recognition Day since 1986 and honors and recognizes the sacrifices of those Americans who have been prisoners of war and to remind the Nation of those individuals that are still missing. JPAC is responsible for the recovery of missing Americans from past conflicts and travels all around the world in search of those individuals in order to bring full accountability to their families and the American people. (DoD photo/Master Sgt. Cohen A. Young)
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National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the PunchbowlNational POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Punchbowl
National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Punchbowl

Honor Guard member, Senior Amn Isabel Ochoa, a native of Odessa, Texas and currently assigned to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii waits with his team to perform a 21-gun salute in honor of those fallen and missing in action during the POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony held at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) in Honolulu, Hawaii on Sept. 16. More than 200 past and present military members and civilians gathered with the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) as they honored those held in captivity or are missing in action from past conflicts. The third Friday of Sept. has served as the National POW/MIA Recognition Day since 1986 and honors and recognizes the sacrifices of those Americans who have been prisoners of war and to remind the Nation of those individuals that are still missing. JPAC is responsible for the recovery of missing Americans from past conflicts and travels all around the world in search of those individuals in order to bring full accountability to their families and the American people. (DoD photo/Master Sgt. Cohen A. Young)
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National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Punchbowl

Various organizations line up in preparation of laying wreaths in honor of those fallen and missing in action during the POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony held at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) in Honolulu, Hawaii on Sept. 16. More than 200 past and present military members and civilians gathered with the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) as they honored those held in captivity or are missing in action from past conflicts. The third Friday of Sept. has served as the National POW/MIA Recognition Day since 1986 and honors and recognizes the sacrifices of those Americans who have been prisoners of war and to remind the Nation of those individuals that are still missing. JPAC is responsible for the recovery of missing Americans from past conflicts and travels all around the world in search of those individuals in order to bring full accountability to their families and the American people. (DoD photo/Master Sgt. Cohen A. Young)
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Hawaii native, Mr. Alan Miyamura, a member of the Celtic Pipe and Drums plays the bagpipes while various organizations lay wreaths in honor of those fallen and missing in action during the POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony held at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) in Honolulu, Hawaii on Sept. 16. More than 200 past and present military members and civilians gathered with the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) as they honored those held in captivity or are missing in action from past conflicts. The third Friday of Sept. has served as the National POW/MIA Recognition Day since 1986 and honors and recognizes the sacrifices of those Americans who have been prisoners of war and to remind the Nation of those individuals that are still missing. JPAC is responsible for the recovery of missing Americans from past conflicts and travels all around the world in search of those individuals in order to bring full accountability to their families and the American people. (DoD photo/Master Sgt. Cohen A. Young)
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National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the PunchbowlNational POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Punchbowl
National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Punchbowl

Audience members clap for guest speaker, Mrs. Ann Mills-Griffiths, Chairman of the National League of POW/MIA Families after her speech during the POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony held at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) in Honolulu, Hawaii on Sept. 16. More than 200 past and present military members and civilians gathered with the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) as they honored those held in captivity or are missing in action from past conflicts. The third Friday of Sept. has served as the National POW/MIA Recognition Day since 1986 and honors and recognizes the sacrifices of those Americans who have been prisoners of war and to remind the Nation of those individuals that are still missing. JPAC is responsible for the recovery of missing Americans from past conflicts and travels all around the world in search of those individuals in order to bring full accountability to their families and the American people. (DoD photo/Master Sgt. Cohen A. Young)
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National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Punchbowl

Mrs. Ann Mills-Griffiths, Chairman of the National League of POW/MIA Families makes a few remarks during the POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony held at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) in Honolulu, Hawaii on Sept. 16. More than 200 past and present military members and civilians gathered with the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) as they honored those held in captivity or are missing in action from past conflicts. The third Friday of Sept. has served as the National POW/MIA Recognition Day since 1986 and honors and recognizes the sacrifices of those Americans who have been prisoners of war and to remind the Nation of those individuals that are still missing. JPAC is responsible for the recovery of missing Americans from past conflicts and travels all around the world in search of those individuals in order to bring full accountability to their families and the American people. (DoD photo/Master Sgt. Cohen A. Young)
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National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the PunchbowlNational POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Punchbowl
National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Punchbowl

U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Stephen D. Tom, the Commander of the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) salutes during the playing of the National Anthem at the start of the National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony held at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) in Honolulu, Hawaii on Sept. 16. More than 200 past and present military members gathered with civilians to celebrate the day, which recognizes the sacrifices of those Americans who have been prisoners of war and to remind the Nation of those individuals that are still missing. JPAC is responsible for the recovery of missing Americans from past conflicts and travels all around the world in search of those individuals in order to bring full accountability to their families and the American people. (DoD photo/Master Sgt. Cohen A. Young)
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National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Punchbowl

The National League of Families' POW/MIA flag blows in the wind while below the U.S. Flag while more than 200 past and present military members gathered with civilians to celebrate National POW/MIA Recognition Day with the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) in Honolulu, Hawaii on Sept. 16. The third Friday of Sept. has served as the National POW/MIA Recognition Day since 1986 and honors and recognizes the sacrifices of those Americans who have been prisoners of war and to remind the Nation of those individuals that are still missing. JPAC is responsible for the recovery of missing Americans from past conflicts and travels all around the world in search of those individuals in order to bring full accountability to their families and the American people. (DoD photo/Master Sgt. Cohen A. Young)
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National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the PunchbowlNational POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Punchbowl
National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Punchbowl

The Pacific Fleet Band performs while waiting for the start of the POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony held at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) in Honolulu, Hawaii on Sept. 16. More than 200 past and present military members and civilians gathered with the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) as they honored those held in captivity or are missing in action from past conflicts. The third Friday of Sept. has served as the National POW/MIA Recognition Day since 1986 and honors and recognizes the sacrifices of those Americans who have been prisoners of war and to remind the Nation of those individuals that are still missing. JPAC is responsible for the recovery of missing Americans from past conflicts and travels all around the world in search of those individuals in order to bring full accountability to their families and the American people. (DoD photo/Master Sgt. Cohen A. Young)
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National POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony at the Punchbowl

Musician 3rd Class, Shelby Tucci, a native of Huntington, W. Va., waits in the foreground of Air Force honor guard members assigned to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii before performing the "Taps" melody at the conclusion of the POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony held at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) in Honolulu, Hawaii on Sept. 16. More than 200 past and present military members and civilians gathered with the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) as they honored those held in captivity or are missing in action from past conflicts. The third Friday of Sept. has served as the National POW/MIA Recognition Day since 1986 and honors and recognizes the sacrifices of those Americans who have been prisoners of war and to remind the Nation of those individuals that are still missing. JPAC is responsible for the recovery of missing Americans from past conflicts and travels all around the world in search of those individuals in order to bring full accountability to their families and the American people. (DoD photo/Master Sgt. Cohen A. Young)
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