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National Security and Foreign Affairs
Develop and articulate a national security and foreign affairs policy that guarantees a strong national defense, protects our homeland, and projects U.S. democratic ideals and interests abroad.  Ensure an adequate defense budget to improve the readiness, training, modernization, and sustainability of our armed forces, as well as enhance the quality of life for those serving in uniform.  Seek the fullest possible accounting of all Americans missing from all conflicts and wars.
National Security and Foreign Affairs Program 

Michael H. Wysong
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Director of National Security and Foreign Affairs
mwysong@vfwdc.org
202-608-8356
 

DoD Defend America
 

DoD Homeland Defense

 

Department of Homeland Security
Their list of activities can be found on their DHS website www.ready.gov.

Security & POW/MIA
106th Resolutions

STATEMENTS
Homeland Security /War on Terrorism
Defense/Foreign Affairs
POW/MIA
Military Affairs

Dept of Defense
Press Resources
& News Releases


DPMO
Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office

 

POW/MIA Flag Dates 2005
Mandatory Dates
for flying the POW/MIA flag
on all federal, military and post office building

May 21
 
Armed Forces Day
May 30
Memorial Day
June 14
Flag Day
Sept 16 
POW/MIA Day

 

 

 

Priority Goals
2005-2006

Additional links

 

POW MIA Speech 

Commemorating 
POW/MIA Sacrifices

Send e-mail to request
free copy
or
download a copy
of the booklet click here


Who to write for status of
American POW/MIA
Mr. Charles Henley
DPMO, 2400 Defense Pentagon
Washington, DC  20301-2400

 

 

Vietnam-Era Unaccounted-for Statistical Reports

Cold War Report
(1946 - 1991)

Korean War
This  link takes you to a file that lists all the missing service members from the war. The total will be the total number unaccounted-for on the last page.

 

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