More than 7,800 Americans remain unaccounted for from the Korean War.
The mountain’s name -- Mount POW/MIA -- honors prisoners of war and troops missing in action from U.S. conflicts.
Private First Class William Junior Winchester was among the last of the Buffalo Soldiers.
A first of its kind, the memorial and museum is being built at the former Naval Air Station Cecil Field jet base.
The daughter of a Korean War POW waged a 20-month campaign to convince Congress to change the policy.
A historian tracked down the untold story of 15 U.S. soldiers of Italian origin who were murdered by Nazis in Italy.
Auburn University unveiled a POW/MIA chair inside Jordan-Hare Stadium.
The remains of the only Coast Guard defender of the Philippines in the early days of World War II are coming home to Buffalo.
North Korea turned over 55 cases of bones and artifacts to the United States in July 2018.
A bill requiring the POW/MIA flag to be flown with the American flag is on the verge of becoming law.
The U.S. Court of Federal Claims published a ruling in favor of a motion to dismiss the case brought by Nathan Sommers.
Those losses hastened the war's conclusion but were not solely responsible for it, two historians say.
Sara Faulkner had the "it" factor as the first woman to graduate from the Coast Guard's helicopter rescue swimmer school.
The date for the move, as well as the location in Poland, has not been announced, but it will take place in 2021.
The UH-60L took off from the St. Cloud Army Aviation Support Facility on Dec. 5 and went missing for almost two hours.