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Team Eglin remembers at POW/MIA ceremony

Chris Morgan, a World War II prisoner of war, speaks about his experiences at the POW/MIA Recognition Day event Sept. 16 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony paid tribute to those military members who have yet to return home from defending America. The event featured tributes, guest speakers and honor guard procedures. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

Chris Morgan, a World War II prisoner of war, speaks about his experiences at the POW/MIA Recognition Day event Sept. 16 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony paid tribute to those military members who have yet to return home from defending America. The event featured tributes, guest speakers and honor guard procedures. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

Senior Airman Keith Wheeldon, Eglin Air Force Base honor guard, holds an American flag at the POW/MIA Recognition Day event Sept. 16 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony paid tribute to those military members who have yet to return home from defending America. The event featured tributes, guest speakers and honor guard procedures. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

Senior Airman Keith Wheeldon, Eglin Air Force Base honor guard, holds an American flag at the POW/MIA Recognition Day event Sept. 16 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony paid tribute to those military members who have yet to return home from defending America. The event featured tributes, guest speakers and honor guard procedures. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

A candle burns at the table setting at the POW/MIA Recognition Day event Sept. 16 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony paid tribute to those military members who have yet to return home from defending America. The event featured tributes, guest speakers and honor guard procedures. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

A candle burns at the table setting at the POW/MIA Recognition Day event Sept. 16 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony paid tribute to those military members who have yet to return home from defending America. The event featured tributes, guest speakers and honor guard procedures. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

Senior Airman Michelle Tucker, Eglin Air Force Base honor guard, performs a flag-folding procedure at the POW/MIA Recognition Day event Sept. 16 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony paid tribute to those military members who have yet to return home from defending America. The event featured tributes, guest speakers and honor guard procedures. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

Senior Airman Michelle Tucker, Eglin Air Force Base honor guard, performs a flag-folding procedure at the POW/MIA Recognition Day event Sept. 16 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony paid tribute to those military members who have yet to return home from defending America. The event featured tributes, guest speakers and honor guard procedures. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

Retired Army colonel and Purple Heart recipient, John Bircher, speaks to the audience at the POW/MIA Recognition Day event Sept. 16 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony paid tribute to those military members who have yet to return home from defending America. The event featured tributes, guest speakers and honor guard procedures. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

Retired Army colonel and Purple Heart recipient, John Bircher, speaks to the audience at the POW/MIA Recognition Day event Sept. 16 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony paid tribute to those military members who have yet to return home from defending America. The event featured tributes, guest speakers and honor guard procedures. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

Members of the Eglin Air Force Base honor guard perform a POW/MIA table setting at the Recognition Day event Sept. 16 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony paid tribute to those military members who have yet to return home from defending America. The event featured tributes, guest speakers and honor guard procedures. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

Members of the Eglin Air Force Base honor guard perform a POW/MIA table setting at the Recognition Day event Sept. 16 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony paid tribute to those military members who have yet to return home from defending America. The event featured tributes, guest speakers and honor guard procedures. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

Col. Thomas Ficklin, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, salutes during the playing of Taps at the POW/MIA Recognition Day event Sept. 16 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony paid tribute to those military members who have yet to return home from defending America. The event featured tributes, guest speakers and honor guard procedures. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

Col. Thomas Ficklin, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, salutes during the playing of Taps at the POW/MIA Recognition Day event Sept. 16 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony paid tribute to those military members who have yet to return home from defending America. The event featured tributes, guest speakers and honor guard procedures. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

Senior Airman Keith Wheeldon leads a joint service color guard during the presentation of the colors during the POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony Sept. 16 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony paid tribute to those military members who have yet to return home from defending America. The event featured tributes, guest speakers, honor guard procedures and a 53rd Wing F-15 and F-16 flyover. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

Senior Airman Keith Wheeldon leads a joint service color guard during the presentation of the colors during the POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony Sept. 16 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony paid tribute to those military members who have yet to return home from defending America. The event featured tributes, guest speakers, honor guard procedures and a 53rd Wing F-15 and F-16 flyover. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)

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