National POW/MIA Memorial & Museum in the Media

Orange Park Furniture

Orange Park Furniture

We would like to take this opportunity to recognize and thank one of our newest partners, Orange Park Furniture (OPF). OPF recently donated a display case to the Cecil Field POW/MIA Memorial museum. Their contribution helps begin our first steps toward opening the...

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McCain wrote letter approving Cecil Field POW/MIA Memorial

McCain wrote letter approving Cecil Field POW/MIA Memorial

The “Cecil Field POW/MIA Memorial” is a group of veterans and community leaders working to erect a 26 acre memorial for military service members who remain missing. The board received a letter endorsing their work from the late Sen. John McCain in early 2017.  There...

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Plans underway for POW/MIA Museum at Cecil Commerce Center

Plans underway for POW/MIA Museum at Cecil Commerce Center

A ceremony was held July 10 to commemorate the refurbishing of former Naval Air Station Cecil Field’s chapel and to rename a main road. The current Cecil Commerce Center’s New World Avenue is now known as POW-MIA (Prisoner of War and Missing in Action) Memorial...

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Samuel Proctor Award

Samuel Proctor Award

On May 17th, in Sarasota, Florida, Lyn Corley (pictured center) was presented with the 2018 Samuel Proctor Award for her oral history on “Conversations from Cecil Field” series. Mrs. Corley spent over a year conducting interviews of service members, spouses and...

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Road Name Change To Honor POW/MIA

Road Name Change To Honor POW/MIA

Resident Community News A bill to honor and recognize former prisoners of war and the more than 82,000 service members still missing in action and unaccounted for was heard at the March 13 City Council meeting. Proposed by Cecil Field POW/MIA Memorial, Inc., Bill...

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