The Coalition of Families of Korean and Cold War POW/MIAs pursues answers to the fate of 8000 American soldiers, marines, airmen, and sailors still missing-in-action from the Korean and Cold Wars. We are the families of the missing men … brothers, sisters, wives, children, nieces, nephews and grandchildren. We assist each other in our individual searches, while helping to shape the nature and scope of the mission overall.
This website is designed to broaden awareness of the mission's issues. Background information to both conflicts is found under The Korean & Cold Wars tab. Sightings of Americans held after the war, along with other distinctive aspects of the mission, are found under the The Issues tab. Please visit the initial tab pages of each heading for a general overview.
The website also offers opportunities for you to support our mission. The Projects pages address a range of issues; among them, the identification of unknown American soldiers from the Korean War who have been buried on American soil for over sixty years. The Media tab recommends books and films that deepen understanding of both wars. All proceeds from the purchase of the award winning Finnigan’s War go to the Coalition. Join with us as members, or associate members (non-families), under the About Us tab.
Merchant Partners support the mission by donating percentages of your online shopping when their websites are reached through the Coalition’s site. These links lead directly toTarget, Nordstrom, Expedia, Amazon, Office Max, Microsoft, and more than a hundred other businesses. Shop as usual from there. This is an easy way to support the Coalition throughout the year.
We invite you to explore our website, learn about the issues, and play a role in moving the mission forward. We are not alone in this journey if you are there with us.
FALL 2017 TRIP
(November 29-December 1st)
Meetings with Congressional offices and DPAA on S.120/Declassification Legislation, Remains Recovery, and More!
NCNK Annual Member Meeting!
MISSING MAN CONCERT FUNDRAISER
August 26, 2017
Thanks to all for your support!!
“Remains of lost U.S. soldiers in limbo amid North Korean crisis”
By Bryan Bender