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  • POW/MIA Chair at Chukchansi Park remembers service members who never made it home

    An unveiling of the POW/MIA Chair of Honor, to remember those who never made it back from theaters of war, was held at Chukchansi Park. The chair, permanently installed on the concourse of the park, will remain in a closed position. David Black, veteran outreach representative with Fresno Pacific University, said, “This chair will remain folded until all prisoners of war and those who were reported missing in action return home.”

POW/MIA Chair at Chukchansi Park remembers service members who never made it home

An unveiling of the POW/MIA Chair of Honor, to remember those who never made it back from theaters of war, was held at Chukchansi Park. The chair, permanently installed on the concourse of the park, will remain in a closed position. David Black, veteran outreach representative with Fresno Pacific University, said, “This chair will remain folded until all prisoners of war and those who were reported missing in action return home.”
John Walker The Fresno Bee