For widest dissemination,
Mark your calendar,
The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (formerly known as JPAC) annual ceremony for National POW/MIA Recognition Day. This year’s event will be held on September 21st. We’ll gather as usual at the National Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) for the 1000 event.
Team AMVETS Hawaii
Korean War POW/MIAs arrived 1 AUG 2018, from North Korea to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii
The POW/MIA Flag arrived on Monday, 5 FEB 2018, from New Mexico to American Veterans Hawaii.
Day One (6 FEB 2018): tour began visiting significant sites on Oahu with the POW flag at the Ewa Plain Battlefield, World War II Revetment District, Barbers Point Naval Air Station, Ewa Fields and ended at the USS Missouri (BB-63) Battleship.
Day Two (7 FEB 2018): tour began with the POW flag being raised over the Hawaii State Capitol, then to the USS Arizona Memorial, Fort Shafter, Wheeler Army Airfield and ended at Schofield Barracks.
Day Three (8 FEB 2018): the final stop was 0900 on Thursday, 8 FEB 2018, at the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) with the great men and women, military and DOD civilians alike, whose mission it is to conduct the global search and recovery of our Nation’s POW/MIAs. At 1000, the POW/MIA flag continued its journey to Conway, Arkansas, back to CONUS.
Over 83,000 service members are still Missing in Action (MIA). Our goal is to keep the focus on all our POW/MIAs until they are all accounted for.
VIETNAM POW/MIA MEMORIAL PATCH
ALOHA MY BROTHERS, SISTERS AND FRIENDS!
THIS PATCH IS TO REMEMBER OUR POW/MIAs
THE USE OF PETROGLYPHS, BARBWIRE AND THE VIETNAMESE FLAG SYMBOLIZE OUR PLIGHT TO NEVER FORGET THEM!!!
MEANING OF THE SYMBOLS:
LINE 1: POW/MIAs
LINE 2: VIETNAM
LINE 3: UNFORGIVABLE
THE BARBED WIRE TIES IT ALL TOGETHER
WE ARE NOT UNFORGIVING; IT IS UNFORGIVABLE THAT WE STILL DON’T KNOW HOW MANY POWs AND MIAs ARE UNACCOUNTABLE FOR!
- AmVets Hawaii Annual Brief; 1 JAN 2019
- AmVets Dept. of Hawaii Monthly Meeting Agenda
- Legislative Priorities
- AMVETS Member Benefits
- Uncle Sam Wants You Poster
- AmVets Hawaii Jun 2017 to Dec 2017 Semi-Annual Program Report
- AmVets Hawaii Jan 2017 to Jun 2017 Semi-Annual Program Report
- AmVets Hawaii Jun 2016 to Dec 2016 Semi-Annual Program Report
- AMVETS National Constitution & ByLaws
- Original 1947 Congressional
- Preamble to AMVETS Constitution
- ROTC/JROTC Press Release
PO Box 2865
Ewa Beach, Hawaii (USA) 96706
American Veterans Hawaii
4725 Bougainville Drive, 323
Honolulu, Hawaii 96818
Main Office: 808-382-6835
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AMVETS Hawaii is a 501(c)(3), is a public, non-profit, Veterans Service Organization (VSO).
Over 90% of all donations received will directly fund our ROTC/JROTC Medals and Awards program, Hawaii Public Schools Essay Contests, the preservations of Ewa Battlefield, and other Memorials and Hawaii Historic sites. And will also help fund our annual commemoration ceremonies: Ewa Battlefield Pearl Harbor Commemoration, Battle of Midway Commemoration, Veteran’s Day Commemoration ceremony, and other events.
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