Partners of The Alliance
Rolling Thunder ®, Inc.'s major function is to publicize the POW/MIA issue. To help correct the past and to protect the future veterans from being left behind should they become prisoners of war-missing in action.
The American Defenders of Bataan and Corregidor Memorial Society (ADBC-MS) represents surviving POWs of Japan, their families, and descendants, as well as scholars, researchers, and archivists. Our goal is to preserve the history of the American POW experience in the Pacific and to teach future generations of the POWs’ sacrifice, courage, determination, and faith—the essence of the American spirit.
We are a major resource for researching the American POWs of Japan and are the contact point with the US government on issues regarding this cohort. Our members are in the forefront of retrieving and identifying the remains of our POWs. We testify to Congress annually.
Our Annual Convention will be in Norfolk, VA from May 29 to June 1, 2019.
We know that the only way that the valid lessons of a war are learned is if we can study the accurate history of that war. Our nation has too long been denied access to the factual history of the war, and we are undertaking to defend and publicize that history. This is our duty to the nation, and to our comrades who fell in that war.
Largest collection of biographies on Vietnam POW/MIAs. These bios contain the most accurate information available on circumstances of loss. This site also houses the "Operation Smoking Gun" collection. Debuting on the World Wide Web on June 20, 1996, this collection contains over 1,400 documents for your viewing. This site is a valuable research resource.
The Coalition of Families of Korean and Cold War POW/MIAs pursues answers to the fate of 8000 American soldiers, marines, airmen, and sailors still missing-in-action from the Korean and Cold Wars. We are the families of the missing men … brothers, sisters, wives, children, nieces, nephews and grandchildren. We assist each other in our individual searches, while helping to shape the nature and scope of the mission overall.
An all volunteer advocacy group of Korean and Cold War family members and concerned citizens seeking answer on our POWs and MIAs lost during the Korean and Cold Wars
In 1992, the authenticator Code of Major Peter Matthes was picked up on satellite imagery outside the Dong Vei Prison in Vietnam. The U.S. government responded to that call for help by burying Major Matthes and his crew mates. Buried with no remains and no evidence, this case is another example of the USG's creative accounting. Today his family continues to ask... where is Major Matthes. This site is a MUST see.
Promote the welfare of those who during service with United Kingdom or allied Forces were made Prisoner of War. Renew that spirit of comrade-ship known only between Prisoners of War.
Lois Fritz founded New Freedom Farm in 2016 out of her personal understanding of PTSD and the relief she experienced through time spent in the midst of her horses. Located on 13 level acres in Buchanan, VA; the farm is home to 19 equines, including three mares & their foals saved from slaughter, a number of mini horses & mini donkeys, a hinny and a mule. Built on faith and determination, New Freedom Farm is dedicated to helping those who have served our country along with their families.
We have come together to take action and restore HONOR to our government by stopping the dishonor and holding them accountable. Our government has abandoned young patriots in captivity and we have come together to gain the RELEASE of their person if alive or their remains if Killed In Action. We want the RETURN of the Missing and Fallen to their country, their home and their family.
Our mission is to honor the memory of American Veterans and Police Officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty, to assist Veterans and Police Officers in their time of need and to promote community awareness through sponsorship and participation in various fundraising events.