Today is National POW/MIA Recognition Day, and Twitterers across America are honoring our servicemen and women who have risked their lives for our country. Prisoners of war, past and present, and members of our military still missing in action will never be forgotten.
As a former POW in Vietnam for 7 years, I consider myself lucky. I returned home. To those who haven't returned, you are not forgotten.
— Sam Johnson (@SamsPressShop) September 21, 2012
I encourage all New Jerseyans to take a moment to remember & pray for all service members who have yet to return home.
— Governor Christie (@GovChristie) September 21, 2012
— Rep. Scott Rigell (@RepScottRigell) September 21, 2012
Today we observe National POW/MIA Day. Please RETWEET this to join me in saying to the heroes who were POW or MIA: "You are not forgotten."
— RecruitMilitary (@RecruitMilitary) September 21, 2012
As we observe National POW/MIA Recognition Day we remember all who never came home or endured the horrors of being a POW. Never forget!
— Ken Fisher (@KenFisherFHF) September 21, 2012
Today is Nat'l POW/MIA Recognition Day. You are NOT forgotten! Thank you to all who served or are serving. I appreciate your sacrifice.
— Tricia Grove (@bikelover525) September 21, 2012
— Samantha Lucia (@SomeItalianKid) September 21, 2012
To every person MIA POW or KIA…you are not forgotten..
— Alexander A. (@afnewman413) September 21, 2012
POW MIA remembrance day…if you aren't sure what you can do personally but feel compelled, thank a vet or servicemen
— lori hecox (@olneyslori) September 21, 2012
— CenturyLink (@CenturyLink) September 21, 2012
Today is POW/MIA Recognition Day. We honor those who are prisoners of war or are missing in action…. http://t.co/nnoV8gOM
— Rudolph Chevrolet (@RudolphChevy) September 21, 2012
As we go about or daily schedules, we all should take a moment to stop and Recognize national POW/MIA day today. #bringThemPeace
— Darienne Hiott (@dari_QUEEEN) September 21, 2012
Today is POW-MIA Day, stop & say a prayer for families with loved ones missing in action or held as prisoners, as well as those captive.
— Ashley Jacobs (@AshleyJacobsTV) September 21, 2012
Today:POW/MIA Recognition Day. Let's honor those who fought in the battles of war & conflict. Thousands never returned home or were captured
— LM (@thinkincolornow) September 21, 2012
National POW/MIA day-let us honor and remember our Nation's service members who were held prisoner or are still missing and their Families.
— 3rd ID Sustainment BDE (@3rdIDSB) September 21, 2012
— Independent Financial (@IndFinancial) September 21, 2012
Twitchy salutes all who have served and continue to serve. May you return safely home to this grateful nation.