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Lloyd Ponder, World War II POW WWII, POW survivor shares tale of hope, determination, resilience
The four pillars of resiliency -- physical, mental, spiritual and social -- are drilled into the minds of Airmen today to emphasize how important it is that no matter what life situation they are going through, there is always a healthy way to handle the situation.
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A Team Minot Airman carries the Prisoners of War/Missing in Action flag through the rain at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., Sept. 15, 2016. The POW/MIA flag was carried around the outdoor track for 24 hours, while the names of those who are lost but not forgotten were read aloud in remembrance. (Airman 1st Class J.T. Armstrong) Many came home...some did not
There are hundreds of thousands of people who have been affected by the tragedy of service members becoming prisoners of war or missing in action.  To pay respect for these individuals, military bases across the U.S. have been hosting commemorations annually on the third Friday of September known as National Prisoner of War/Missing in Action
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