POW MIA Flag
The POW / MIA Flag is flown to show support for all prisoners of war and those who are missing in action. While this flag has special importance for veterans of the Vietnam war, it should be flown in support of ALL missing in action, or prisoners or war regardless of the conflict.
The POW / MIA Flag was created in 1972 and designated by Congress in 1990 as a symbol of America's concern for resolving the fate of all prisoners of war and those who are listed as missing in action. Suitable for hanging indoors or outdoors, this flag will show your support for America's bravest who were taken prisoner or who remain listed as missing in action.