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The 96th Test Wing hosted a POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony at the Air Force Armament Museum in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover.

Airman 1st Class Eric Tena, 96th Communications Squadron, folds the flag during the wreath laying portion of the POW/MIA ceremony Sept. 21 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony was held in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a wreath presentation and a flyover. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Test Wing hosted a POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony at the Air Force Armament Museum in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover.

Members of the Eglin Honor Guard perform missing man table honors during the POW/MIA ceremony Sept. 21 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony was held in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Test Wing hosted a POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony at the Air Force Armament Museum in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover.

POW/MIA symbols were on display during the POW/MIA ceremony Sept. 21 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony was held in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Test Wing hosted a POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony at the Air Force Armament Museum in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover.

Members of the community stand for the flag presentation during the POW/MIA ceremony Sept. 21 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony was held in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Test Wing hosted a POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony at the Air Force Armament Museum in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover.

Guest speaker and combat veteran retired U.S. Army Capt. Rich Adams, speaks to the audience during the POW/MIA ceremony Sept. 21 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony was held in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Test Wing hosted a POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony at the Air Force Armament Museum in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover.

Airman 1st Class Marquise Cunningham, 96th Force Support Squadron, salutes during the wreath laying portion of the POW/MIA ceremony Sept. 21 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony was held in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a wreath presentation and a flyover. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Test Wing hosted a POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony at the Air Force Armament Museum in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover.

A member of the Patriot Guard holds the POW/MIA flag during the POW/MIA ceremony Sept. 21 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony was held in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Test Wing hosted a POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony at the Air Force Armament Museum in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover.

Members of the Emerald Coast Pipe and Drums play Amazing Grace during the POW/MIA ceremony Sept. 21 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony was held in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a wreath presentation and a flyover. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Test Wing hosted a POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony at the Air Force Armament Museum in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover.

Airmen stand at attention during the POW/MIA ceremony Sept. 21 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony was held in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Test Wing hosted a POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony at the Air Force Armament Museum in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover.
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Members of the Opus One Chorus from Niceville High School sing the National Anthem during the POW/MIA ceremony Sept. 21 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony was held in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Test Wing hosted a POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony at the Air Force Armament Museum in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover.
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William Everett, Military Order of the Purple Heart Chapter 811, speaks to the audience during the POW/MIA ceremony Sept. 21 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony was held in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Test Wing hosted a POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony at the Air Force Armament Museum in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover.
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Guest speaker and combat veteran retired U.S. Army Capt. Rich Adams, speaks to the audience during the POW/MIA ceremony Sept. 21 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony was held in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Test Wing hosted a POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony at the Air Force Armament Museum in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover.
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A member of the Patriot Guard salutes during the POW/MIA ceremony Sept. 21 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony was held in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)

The 96th Test Wing hosted a POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony at the Air Force Armament Museum in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a bag-pipe performance, a wreath presentation and a flyover.
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Airman 1st Class Edward Figueroa Rodriguez (left), 96th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and Airman 1st Class Eric Tena (right), 96th Communications Squadron, fold the flag during the wreath laying portion of the POW/MIA ceremony Sept. 21 at the Air Force Armament Museum. The ceremony was held in remembrance of America’s prisoners of war, those still missing in action and their families. The event featured guest speakers, the Missing Man Table, Niceville High School’s Opus One Chorus singers, a wreath presentation and a flyover. (U.S. Air Force photo/Ilka Cole)