Links for just about everyone:
Rolling Thunder® National
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Friends and Neighbors:
Local sites for rides:
Other bike links
Official POW/MIA Related Sites:
Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Person Office (DPMO) Site maintained by the Department of Defense.
Prisoners of War/Missing in Action(NARA Resources)
Treatment of POWs This NARA site highlights two letters concerning the treatment of African-American POWs during the Civil War.
American POWs/MIAs in Southeast Asia Declassified FBI documents concerning all facets of American POW issues.
Popular Documents Collection: POW/MIA These CIA records concerning Vietnam-era prisoners of war and missing in action were located, reviewed and released as a result of requests from next of kin and other interested parties.
POW MIA The CIA collected these POW/MIA documents in compliance with Executive Order 12812 requiring review, declassification, and release of all documents pertaining to POW's and MIA's missing in Southeast Asia.
Vietnam-era POW/MIA Database At the Library of Congress, this site assists researchers investigating the U.S. government documents pertaining to U.S. military personnel killed, missing, or imprisoned in Southeast Asia during or after the Vietnam War. Search by last name, country name, service branch, or keywords.
These are the official and most comprehensive site to go for serious research on POW/MIAs and
other Veteran's issues:
USA.gov is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state, and local government web resources and services.
As the catalyst for a growing electronic government, USA.gov helps citizens navigate through government red tape. At USA.gov, you can apply for benefits online, contact a government agency, or use the Internet's most comprehensive search of government websites—all from one easy location.
InfoUSA, by the US Deptartment of State, is a resource for people around the world who seek information about United States history, culture, economy, educational systems, political processes and more. There are five main categories: Life, Education, Government, Media and Economy. You can test your knowledge with a Quiz to see how much there is to learn about the U.S.A.
The Department of Veterans Affairs Web Site The Department of Veterans Affairs is the primary source of federal benefits, programs and information for veterans.
Directory of Veterans Service Organizations Updated and Comprehensive Database of Veterans Organizations Compiled by the VA.
Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Support organization for veterans, providing a nationwide network of services, free of charge to all veterans and members of their families.
GovBenefits.govA clearing house listing numerous federal and state benefits programs.
In Support of
National Alliance of Families For the Return of America's Missing Servicemen
The Library of Congress -
and other Historical Documents -
US Army Center of Military History: (http://www.army.mil/cmh-pg/
US Navy - Naval Historical Center: (http://www.history.navy.mil/