POW MIA Flag
The POW MIA flag was designed to symbolize concern over those soldiers who were taken as prisoners of war (POW) or were missing in action (MIA). The flag was officially designated by Congress on August 10, 1990, but it was in 1971 that Mary Hoff, a member of the National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia, recognized the need for such a banner. The flag bears the emblem of the League on a black field. The emblem is a watch tower with a guard on patrol, a silhouette of a man, barbed wire. The words "YOU ARE NOT FORGOTTEN" above this, and the words "POW MIA" are above this[1].
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