Ceremony to honor POWs and MIAs on Sept. 15

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Councilman Ralph Andrews reads a plaque during the fifth commemorative program paying tribute to those who are being held as Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA), at veterans monument in Veterans Park, North Brunswick, on Sep. 15.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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(L-R) Paul Carroll, of American Legion Post 459 of North Brunswick, Frank Wahler of Post 25 in Milltown, Jon Slater Jr., and Mike Rizzi senior Vice President of Post 2319, of Milltown stand tall during the fifth commemorative program paying tribute to those who are being held as Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA), at veterans monument in Veterans Park, North Brunswick, on Sep. 15.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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A document dscribes the symbolism of the items on the POW/MIA Table during the fifth commemorative program paying tribute to those who are being held as Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA), at veterans monument in Veterans Park, North Brunswick, on Sep. 15.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Residents remembered missing soldiers during the fifth commemorative program paying tribute to those who are being held as Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA), at veterans monument in Veterans Park, North Brunswick, on Sep. 15.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Local veterans and police were on hand during the fifth commemorative program paying tribute to those who are being held as Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA), at veterans monument in Veterans Park, North Brunswick, on Sep. 15.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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John J. Slater Jr. reads a description of the items on the POW/MIA Table during the fifth commemorative program paying tribute to those who are being held as Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA), at veterans monument in Veterans Park, North Brunswick, on Sep. 15.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Taps is played during the fifth commemorative program paying tribute to those who are being held as Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA), at veterans monument in Veterans Park, North Brunswick, on Sep. 15.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Local veterans pay their respect during the fifth commemorative program paying tribute to those who are being held as Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA), at veterans monument in Veterans Park, North Brunswick, on Sep. 15.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Councilman Ralph Andrews reads a plaque during the fifth commemorative program paying tribute to those who are being held as Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA), at veterans monument in Veterans Park, North Brunswick, on Sep. 15.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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(L-R) Paul Carroll, of American Legion Post 459 of North Brunswick, Frank Wahler of Post 25 in Milltown, Jon Slater Jr., and Mike Rizzi senior Vice President of Post 2319, of Milltown stand tall during the fifth commemorative program paying tribute to those who are being held as Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA), at veterans monument in Veterans Park, North Brunswick, on Sep. 15.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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A document dscribes the symbolism of the items on the POW/MIA Table during the fifth commemorative program paying tribute to those who are being held as Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA), at veterans monument in Veterans Park, North Brunswick, on Sep. 15.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Residents remembered missing soldiers during the fifth commemorative program paying tribute to those who are being held as Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA), at veterans monument in Veterans Park, North Brunswick, on Sep. 15.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Local veterans and police were on hand during the fifth commemorative program paying tribute to those who are being held as Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA), at veterans monument in Veterans Park, North Brunswick, on Sep. 15.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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John J. Slater Jr. reads a description of the items on the POW/MIA Table during the fifth commemorative program paying tribute to those who are being held as Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA), at veterans monument in Veterans Park, North Brunswick, on Sep. 15.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Taps is played during the fifth commemorative program paying tribute to those who are being held as Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA), at veterans monument in Veterans Park, North Brunswick, on Sep. 15.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Local veterans pay their respect during the fifth commemorative program paying tribute to those who are being held as Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA), at veterans monument in Veterans Park, North Brunswick, on Sep. 15.SCOTT FRIEDMAN

North Brunswick will hold its fifth commemorative program to pay tribute to those who are being held as Prisoners of War (POW) or Missing in Action (MIA) at 7 p.m. on Sept. 15 at the veterans monument in Veterans Park, Roosevelt Avenue, North Brunswick.

The “Tribute to Comrades-POW or MIA” is co-sponsored by American Legion Post 459, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2319 and the Social Studies Department from North Brunswick Township High School.

For more information, call 732-289-3702.