The Coalition of Families of Korean and Cold War POW/MIAs pursues answers to the fate of over 7000 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.
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.
Why It's So Hard to Bring Home Remains of U. Soldiers
(Time - July 2018)
Special Edition Newsletter
The government’s annual Korean & Cold War Family Briefing
Korean War Unknowns
Remains Final Locations in North & South Korea
"We therefore call upon the governments of the United States, Russia, China, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, and Republic of Korea, to: ...... "
(see the menu above for signatures)
Family Member Presentation
Dorothy Antonelli, Sgt. Peter Patete/Uncle MIA, spoke at the Welcome Home Veterans event, in Ocala, FL.
National POW/MIA Flag Act
Ensure the POW/MIA Flag is displayed with the U.S. Flag on prominent federal properties
Congress: House Res.152
Calling for a Formal end of the Korean War
Tribute to the sacrifices of veterans of the Korean war, its victims, and the families divided; cooperative efforts to repatriate the remains of service members; calls for reunions of divided Korean and Korean-American families, people-to-people exchanges, and continued humanitarian cooperation.
P.O.W. Family Member on Fox & Friends First - Americans Left Behind Following the Korean War
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (NH) - Advocate for the POW/MIA mission.
(February 12, 2019)
In a recent armed services committee hearing, Sen. Shaheen raised the Korean War remains issue with Gen. Abrams, commander of U.S. Forces Korea.
Coalition of Families of Korean War POWs and MIAs, nominates The Richardson Center for Nobel Prize
(February 2, 2019)
State of the Mission
DPAA / Coalition Meeting
The U.S. /Russia Joint Commission on POW/MIAs Plenum
Update & Review!
Fall 2018 Edition
Donna Knox, Coalition's legislative liaison, met with Senate offices to discuss the Bring Our Heroes Home Act. This declassification legislation was coauthored by the Coalition and if passed, documents with information on POW/MIAs from all modern conflicts will be released!
SPRING 2018 NEWSLETTER
The latest edition of Update & Review is available for your warm weather reading!
FALL 2017 TRIP
Meetings with Congressional offices / DPAA on S.120/Declassification Legislation, Remains Recovery. NCNK Annual Member Meeting.
MISSING MAN CONCERT FUNDRAISER
August 26, 2017
Thanks to all for your support!!