SP4Arthur Wright
MIA 02/21/67
MIA 06/05/70

Alarmingly, evidence continues to mount that Americanwere left as priosoners in Southeast-Asia and  continue to be heldtoday, Unlike "MIAs" from other wars most of the nearly 2500 men and womenwho remain missing in Southeast Asia can be accounted for. If even onewas left alive  (and many authorities estimate the numbers to be inthe hundreds), we have failed as a nation until and unless we do everythingpossible to secure his freedom and bring him home. I can not emphasizeenough how important it is to keep pushing this issue inside the Beltway...The need to get specific answers is more important now than ever before.If still alive,  some MIAs are now in their 70's...They don't havemuch time left. We have to demand the answers from the bureaucrats andkeep standing on their necks ( figuratively speaking) until they get themessage that they work for us and that we are seriousabout getting these long overdue responses. Diplomatic considerations aside... we canno longer allow questionable protocols established by pseudo-aristocraticarmchair strategists, to determine or influence the fate of men who werein the trenches while the diplomats were sharing sherry and canapes andtalking about "There Plans" future of SE Asia.
This Page will remain here until all AmericanMIAs are accounted for....

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