November 2017, Monthly Feature
The Special Exhibit through November honors Prisoners of War. The exhibit features many personal items of POWs of the Vietnam War including Major Ray Schrump held for 1,727 days between 1968 and 1973, First Lieutenant Nick Rowe held for 5 years until his escape in 1968, and Sergeant First Class Kenneth Roraback held from 1963 until 1965 when he was reported to have been executed. Also featured in the exhibit is an American flag presented to Captain John Singlaub and sewed by POWs of the Japanese during WWII. We invite visitors to join us in remembering and honoring all American service members who were Prisoners of War and the many who remain Missing in Action.