Fly the POW/MIA flags on the following six days:

  1. Armed Forces Day, the third Saturday in May
  2. Memorial Day, the last Monday in May
  3. Flag Day, June 14
  4. Independence Day, July 4
  5. National POW/MIA Recognition Day (designated by Presidential Proclamation; historically, the third Friday of September)
  6. Veterans Day, November 11
  • POW/MIA flag with black banner, white text, and black-and-white imagery of a captured prisoner of war with prison tower and fence in the background. Below the image is the slogan “You Are Not Forgotten” in white capital letters. Includes header and brass grommets for flagpole attachment.

    POW/MIA Flag

    Honor the sacrifices made by our servicemen with this POW/MIA flag, a dedication to all those who have gone missing or been captured in service of our country. The iconic POW/MIA flag was created in 1972 to honor prisoners of war and fallen heroes from...
  • POW/MIA Sticker

    POW/MIA Sticker

    Honor the POW/MIA soldiers in your life with this POW/MIA Sticker Decals are printed on waterproof, laminated, durable vinyl stock with UV (ultra-violet) blocking inks Non-permanent adhesives for easy removal Great for cars, travel trailers, boats,...
  • A black flag with white text "POW MIA" on top, the symbol for POW/MIA, and the text "You are not forgotten" on the bottom.

    POW/MIA Garden Flag

    Perhaps the most important United States Military flag, the POW/MIA flag honors prisoners of war and those missing in action. We remember these heroes by saying "you are not forgotten."  Size: 13"x18" So it fits any standard garden flag...