The third Friday of every September is POW-MIA Recognition Day. For the first time in my recollection, Bucks County held a ceremony in honor of those men (and they were all men) who went off to war and did not return in any form that would provide closure. In this ceremony the officials unveiled a display of POW-MIA bracelets donated by a family from Levittown. The only problem I had with this is that the bracelets were not of any Bucks County men. One Bucks County man was recognized but there were 13 others from Bucks County that were not. This is a video (no sound) of the 14 Bucks County men who are POW-MIAs. Please spend 1.5 minutes to learn about these guys. Thank you.
An inspiring video from a quadruple amputee