POW MIA Recognition Day

Senior leadership from the 512th and 436th Airlift Wings participate in an around-the-clock vigil Sept. 21, 2012, at the base flag pole in honor of POW/MIA Recognition Day. It's one of six days specified by law on which the black POW/MIA flag shall be flown over federal facilities and cemeteries, post offices and military installations. Pictured from left to right are Col. Richard G. Moore Jr., 436th AW commander; Chief Master Sgt. Matthew Sirkis, 512th Maintenance Group chief enlisted adviser; Chief Master Sgt. James B. Lucas, 436th AW command chief; and Col. Raymond A. Kozak, 512th AW commander. (U.S. Air Force photo by Roland Balik)

PHOTO BY: Roland Balik
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