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Vietnam Stainless Steel POW/MIA Bracelet

Vietnam Stainless Steel POW/MIA Bracelet
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Vietnam Stainless Steel POW/MIA Bracelet

Manufacturer: 4ArmedForces.com
Our price: $4.37
Retail: $10.93 save $6.56 ( 60% )
Normally Ships Within 3-4 Business Days.
Never Forget! Wear one of these durable stainless steel bracelets and keep the issue alive. Tens of thousands of our brave soldiers are still not accounted for. The name, rank, branch of service, home state, date, and country of capture or disappearance are engraved on each bracelet. Sorry, we do not fill requests for specific names or home states. These bracelets are meant to be wearable memorials for the heroes of the United States of America. Your satisfaction is guaranteed, period. Usually ships within 3 - 5 business days.
If you have a bracelet and would like to get information on the individuals whose name is on the bracelet, send a letter to: Defense POW/Missing Persons Office ATTN: Public Affairs 2400 Defense, Pentagon Washington, DC 20301 - 2400 Please include the information from the bracelet and ask them for the current status of the individual.
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Customer Reviews
Average Rating:
5 starsbased on 35 reviews
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by Judy from Pennsylvania on January 25, 2014
I started wearing my pow/Mia bracelet in 1968 and never took it off. I'll never forget his name..Charles Putnam. I just found out today that his remains were returned on 1988. Such a sadness I felt. A truly good thing to wear to remember those who serve our country.
pow bracelet
by randy from alabama on December 01, 2013
I wore one in the 70`s for Glendon Perkins. I was fortunate enough to see him land in Birmingham, Alabama via tv, when he returned home. I wrote to the family. They told me to keep the bracelet. I will never forget.
POW-MIA Bracelet
by Judy from North Carolina on November 07, 2013
Very happy to be able to replace my original bracelet. This one is well made, has a nice weight and is nicely inscribed. Thanks for still making them.
Please help me find my Serviceman
by Kat Keen from Columbus, Georgia on April 06, 2013
I bought a bracelet back in the 1970's, I think it was 1972, possibly 1973.When purchased, they took my information stating that I could look up my name and it would show my M.I.A.~P.O.W. I used my babysitting money to buy every newspaper I could get my hands on to find their name. Listened to every news/radio cast to hear the name listed if they were home. I even traveled from Jekyll Island, Georgia to Atlanta, Georgia to buy every newspaper that Oxford Books sold. I think I spent over $300....
pow mia bracelets
by charles hampton from marmaduke , ar on April 05, 2013
i just ordered 35 to give to the kids at our school i served 69 70 god bless all i will never forget
POW/MIA Bracelet
by Mike Ford from Templeton, CA on December 13, 2012
I received my bracelet back in 1986, my first year in the Air Force. The only times it has left my wrist is when I have had to have surgeries. If anyone knows about SMSgt Thomas Y Adachi, USAF, lost 4/22/70 in LAOS, I would like to hear from you! I will wear it until I hear that his remains have been returned home. He deserves to be remembered, as do they all.
POW/MIA Bracelet
by Annie Megale from Seattle, WA on August 07, 2012
I had one of the bracelets and I, too, never forgot the name even though I lost the bracelet years ago. I never will forget his name or what he gave up for us all. I still have a picture of his mom holding his picture SFC Donald M. ShueThank you
CMSGT Arden Hassenger
by Dan from Weymouth, MA on July 09, 2012
I've worn a braclet w/ his name on it for years. I just found out his remains were among those recently recovered in Laos. Welcome Home Chief!!!
MIA found
by Chuck from Minnesota on July 05, 2012
I wore my bracelet for a good part of 12-13 years and the other day I wanted to update myself on the bio of my soldier and found out his remains were found and now buried in Arlington back in 2005. I am honored to have worn my bracelet and will purchase another.
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by mathew grant from fl on April 28, 2012
I was just handed down a pow/mia bracelet. I'm 27 and will ware the bracelet tell the I can hand it down to my son. The name on the bracelet was a friend of my dads. The name is Sgt Jimmy R. Garbett USA 9 Oct 69 SVN. We will remember.
MIA Bracelet
by Corey from Brookline MA on December 03, 2011
I have had my bracelet, and only taken it off about a dozen times, for 13 years, it is faded, and battered and starting to break but i will keep it with me until i can find the family of 1LT Robert D Hauer or until he comes home. I am so happy to see so many people have these bracelets and want them and still wear them Thank You
Pow Mia bracelet
by Linda Hatch from Lake Havasu City, AZ on November 16, 2011
I was so proud to receive my bracelet in 1970. In high school we all wore them. To this day I'm trying to find the family so I can send my bracelet back where it belongs and of course along with my heart
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by Taramarie Kraatz from Rochester, NY on November 12, 2011
I just received my bracelet today. I almost cried opening it.I think everyone should know about these bracelets, and maybe all the missing would be found. I will wear this bracelet until the name on it, Maj. George W. Clarke Jr is found. I hope "my" airforce pilot is found soon!
POW from 70's
by Lesley Love from Phoenix, AZ on September 27, 2011
Have had mine since early 70's was glad to see a place to research their status! Would love to return it to the family!
POW-MIA
by Karen on September 20, 2011
I wore a POW-MIA bracelet in the early seventies. The man, whose name was on that bracelet, returned from Vietnam, Commander Richard C. Mullen. I will always remember that man and the sacrifice he made for our country.
My experience
by pinkshadow from Elkton, MD on September 04, 2011
I wore the bracelet back in the 70s, and cried the day I got to watch "my" soldier come home on TV. I still have the bracelet, broken and battered as it is. I'll be ordering another one in tribute to those who didn't make it home. My brother served 9 tours on an aircraft carrier and we lost him just two years ago. He was a brave seaman!
POW/MIA bracelets
by Dawn Fortier Hernandez from Franklin Park Illinois on September 03, 2011
I'm surprised on how many people don't know what they stand for. I got 4 and gave 3 away I told the people I gave them to wear them until the person has returned home..Thank you service men and women for keeping our Country safe.
Valerie Conner / Manuel Puentes
by Bernice Fugate from Fort Lauderdale on May 11, 2011
Valerie, I had the same name, BUT I still have my bracelet. I just returned from Vietnam and found his name on the Wall. Now I'm going to try to get in touch with his family and send them the bracelet. It belongs to them...but I wore that bracelet for years, he will always have a place in my heart. Email me at bkfugate@gmail.com and I will let you know what I find out so we can both contact his family.
MIA Bracelet
by Bob Hawkins from St. Charles, Mo on April 12, 2011
I'm a Viet Nam Vet Jan 68 to Jan 69. In 1970 I went to a Viet Nam Vets Fund raiser, and bought a bracelet. I have worn it for 41 years, and just this week I was able to contact his family. I will be sending his sister this bracelet with honor ! God bless all that served and there familys !
POW/MIA Bracelet
by Fred B from okeechobee,FL on April 03, 2011
I am a Viet Nam Vet. 69-70.I have had 4 Viet Nam bracelets for over 40 Years. One came back alive ,Two the remains has been returned. and one I ware now.As one is returned I got another bracelet. I have never been without bracelet only as long as it takes to change from one to the other . I have returned all but the one I ware to the family's. I love to tell young and old about the bracelets when they ask.So many people are un aware of the meanings of them. My broters you will never be forgot...
Mia Found
by Chris Bidelspach from Upper Jay on January 21, 2011
I got my braclet 9-99 and have never taken it off even when I had to go to the i c u. Just two days ago I found out my MIA was found 9-04. So I'm getting another one.I also have one from the korean war.
POW/MIA Bracelet
by valerie conner from Alabama on December 26, 2010
I had one of the bracelets and I, too, never forgot the name even though I lost the bracelet years ago. I never will forget his name or what he gave up for us all. Thank you, Manuel Puentes.
MIA Bracelet
by Linda from Vancouver on November 11, 2010
The original bracelet I received in the 1970's, was a guy who apparently returned home, as his name is not on the Wall, nor any of the MIA website lists. In honor of those who should never be forgotten, I ordered three more recently. Veteran's Day, is a good day to remember those lost, but not forgotten, in Viet Nam and Cambodia. Order several, and give as gifts to a vet, or family member.
Robert Shumaker
by Nina from NYC on October 08, 2010
I still have the bracelet I bought inthe late 60's with the name CDR Rober Shumaker, 2/11/65. I just googled his name and found he was released in Feb. 1973 after 8 years and has retired from the Navy. I am still shocked that I finally learned what happened to him after all these years.
POW MIA
by SUE from NEW YORK on October 05, 2010
I WORE A BRACELET MANY YEARS AGO.. LOST IT BUT NEVER FORGOT THE NAME. I FOUND HIS NAME AND PROFILE ON THE VIRTUAL VIETNAM WALL AND OWE IT TO HIM TO WEAR THAT BRACELET AGAIN ...FOREVER
My bracelet
by Cathy Lammers from Missouri on June 08, 2010
I had a Pow/MIA bracelet in high school in 1967-68 since then in many moves it has been lost, I miss it, but cannot remember the name on it. I will undoubtedly purchase another one now that I know they are still available.
POW/MIA braclets
by Veronica from Christensen on March 31, 2010
I had always seen these as a kid and liked them, but I never had the opportunity to have one. I happened to stubble across a story in the local newpaper http://www.vvdailypress.com/news/mia-18305-bracelet-pow.html and was very disappointed in the headline. It made me quite upset. I found this website that sells them and so much more! I love it! I want to buy so much! :D I can't wait until I recieve my braclets. I'll wear them with pride for the people who are POW/MIA! God bless you all.
Ft. Rucker, Alabama
by Jessie from Freeman on February 06, 2010
I adopted an MIA soldier from Vietnam after a high school project my senior year opened my eyes to the fact that so many men hadn't come home, and were STILL (this was the late 90's) unaccounted for. That memory of this selfless individual, and the continued memorial on my wrist has spurred me every time I felt sorry for myself, or overwhelmed with anything. I am now a pilot in the Army, and am preparing to replace this man, whom I didn't know, but who has been with me for over a decade-- wit...
My first :)
by Kelsi from Utah on May 03, 2009
This is my first Pow/Mia braclete. I am 14 years old and care greatly for the family's with missing loved ones. I stumbled across the bracletes when i was looking for a picture that had to do with Pow/Mia. I was greatly excited and can't wait to get it :)
Over Run
by Jeff from Liberty,NC on February 03, 2009
I still remember sitting out side the chow hall as a kid, with all the moms and other kids. About 12 years old then. My mother gave me a bracelet for her cousin Daniel Phillips who went MIA when the SF compound at .Lang Vei was over run with a few tanks. I still have the bracelet, but I've ordered another one since the older one is worn out. I pray for the guys at...Lang Vei esp. the guys who are now - MIA Presumed Dead.
Getting a New Bracelet
by Patty from Petaluma,CA on January 04, 2009
As a teenager, I purchased a bracelet in 1971-or 1972..wore it every day. Exchanged bracelets with then boyfriend and was never able to get it back. We read paper everyday to see if 'our' guy came home..and on 3-3-73, William J Baugh was on the list! I remember he was gone since 1967, but not rank or service branch. I will be ordering another bracelet..I'm thrilled they are still available. We need to remember the sacrifices!
In Memory of Capt Murphy
by Danielle Powers from California on September 05, 2008
I got my bracelet in 1972 and wore it for years, and wear it every April 23 the date Capt Larron Murphy went missing. He is my hero. I will never forget him. I am now ordering bracelets for my daughters. Never Forget
Viet Nam MIA Bracleet
by Terry Decoux from New Iberia, La. on August 06, 2008
I have been wearing mine since 1978 and i will die with it on unless Maj. Frank A. Armstrong lll is brought home. We shall never forget! Ever!
Viet Nam MIA Bracelet
by Christina Gomez from Spokane,WA on September 05, 2007
I was 10 years old when I recieved my bracelet and wore it for years; my officer was found many years later and I felt my stedfast faith in never removing my bracelet as well as before going to sleep said a prayer to this officer as well as his family w/ my belief that God would help me to help him find his way home; he was found and returned to his family and home in Calif. where I lived as well. I am now getting another bracelet as when I am not doing well I know all I have to do is feel th...
Memory
by Patsy from Evansville, IN on March 28, 2007
I wore one of these back in the 70s for a POW and I work it for 15 yrs proudly, Im going to buy me and my daughter one to wear in hope. We are so proud of our service men and women.
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