GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) American service members risk their lives to keep the country safe, but some never make it back and leave no trace of their whereabouts.
National POW/MIA recognition day honors missing military members.
The Western Slope is home to at least 25 surviving prisoners of war and six former ones were celebrated today.
A table with significant meaning behind it was set up at the ceremony. A white table cloth symbolized the purity of intentions when going abroad, a single red rose is for families who are keeping the faith for their loved ones' return and the empty chair represents those still missing.
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