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Presently more than 81,500 American service men and women are listed as Missing in Action by the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency, with 38,000 estimated to be “recoverable”. 

At Tours of Duty, our mission is to honor the sacrifice and service of our veterans by tirelessly searching for and bringing home our Prisoners of War (POWs) and Missing in Action (MIAs). We are dedicated to leaving no one behind and providing closure to the families who have endured the uncertainty and heartache of having a loved one missing in service to our nation.

Through a steadfast commitment to research, investigation, and collaboration with government agencies, military organizations, and international partners, we strive to locate and recover the remains of our fallen heroes. Our efforts extend beyond the battlefield, reaching into archives, historical records, and communities to gather information and piece together the stories of those who never made it back home.

As a nonprofit organization, we provide comprehensive support to the families of POWs and MIAs, offering compassion, understanding, and resources to help them navigate the complex journey of recovery. We aim to foster a sense of unity and healing among all those affected by the loss of our missing warriors.

Furthermore, we work diligently to raise awareness and educate the public about the sacrifices made by our veterans and the ongoing need to bring closure to the families of our POWs and MIAs. We engage in advocacy, outreach programs, and memorial initiatives to ensure that the legacy of these brave men and women is remembered and honored. Together with our volunteers, supporters, and partners, we strive to fulfill our sacred duty to our nation’s heroes by tirelessly searching, remembering, and bringing them home. Our commitment to upholding the values of service, integrity, and compassion drives us to make a difference in the lives of those affected by the POW/MIA issue and to ensure that no one is left forgotten on the battlefield.