Organizations and Personal Websites

Chained Eagles of Ohio - The "Ohio Wall" originated and was built by an organization called "Chained Eagles of Ohio." This organization consists of Veterans from Korea, Vietnam, Gulf War, Iraq, Afghanistan and concerned citizens supporting the POW/MIA cause.

Gunny’s Links - This page has many links that can be useful in many different areas, from POW/MIA information sites, to individual unit’s sites, to veteran’s issues to personal POW/MIA WebPages. There is a ton of information here. Thanks, Uncle Gunny!

National Alliance of Families for the Return of America’s Missing Servicemen - This organization was formed in 1990 and encompasses POW/MIAs from all wars. They have an extensive archive of information regarding this issue online including an archive of newsletters.

National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia - This group is the organization that was formed during the Vietnam War by the families of our POWs and MIAs. They are a very good resource for families and concerned citizens to navigate the government bureaucracy to find information about our POW/MIAs.

POW/MIA Forum - More great information and documents including the Quang 1205 document and recent live sighting reports among many others, from a friend and fellow family member. - Unknown stories and forgotten places. WWII & Korean war Secrets. Unknown stories revealed & places rediscovered Personal stories of combat & home front, legends, Gremlins and foofighters.

The American Veterans Traveling Tribute - The “American Veterans Traveling Tribute” is an unforgettable exhibit that pays tribute to the men and women who served in the U.S. Armed Forces.

VHPA - Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association

The Virtual Wall .org - Since March, 1997, the Virtual Wall has honored the 58,220 men and women named on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. Each name or photo on our index pages links to a personal memorial, either on this site or on personal web sites elsewhere. This site links only to memorials requested by visitors like you.

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SSDRC - Valuable information for veterans who wish to apply for Social Security benefits.

The Ride Home - The Ride Home began in 2002 as a retreat and rededication. Our founding members, from FL and GA Rolling Thunder Chapters, choose the National Historic Site at Andersonville, GA, home of the National Prisoners of War Museum.