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JOHN WILLIAM ARMSTRONG


is honored on Panel 29E, Line 55 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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REMEMBRANCES

  • Col John W. Armstrong - Update from DPAA (MIA Status)

    Posted on 1/9/18 - by kr
    According to the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) website at the below link, the MIA status of Colonel John William Armstrong, USMA Class of 1949, USAF, is ACTIVE PURSUIT:

    https://dpaa.secure.force.com/dpaaProfile?id=a0Jt0000000BTGQEA4

    As of the latest DPAA update (11 September 2017), Colonel Armstrong is one of 1,602 Americans still unaccounted for in Southeast Asia from the Vietnam War.

    http://www.dpaa.mil/portals/85/Documents/VietnamAccounting/2017_stats/Stats20170911.pdf
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  • Col John W. Armstrong - ABMC (Honolulu Memorial)

    Posted on 1/9/18 - by kr
    MIA Colonel John William Armstrong, USMA Class of 1949, has his name chiseled into one of the "Courts of the Missing" at the Honolulu Memorial in the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific on the island of Oahu in the state of Hawaii. See the American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) website at this link:

    https://www.abmc.gov/node/511419#.WlVxckxFzIU
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  • Col John W. Armstrong - Info from POW Network (MIA)

    Posted on 1/9/18 - by kr
    Information about MIA Colonel John William Armstrong, USMA Class of 1949, USAF, from the POW Network website is at this link:

    http://pownetwork.org/bios/a/a024.htm
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  • Col John W. Armstrong - Info from Task Force Omega (MIA)

    Posted on 1/9/18 - by kr
    Information about MIA Colonel John William Armstrong, USMA Class of 1949, from the Task force Omega website is at this link:

    http://taskforceomegainc.org/a024.htm
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  • Bracelet

    Posted on 12/15/17 - by Linda Foor
    I've worn Colonel Armstrong's POW/MIA bracelet since 1973. Always remembered. Never forgotten.
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