Vietnam War POW - MIA Bracelets
Many American servicemen returned home from war in Vietnam wearing plain brass bracelets given to them by the Montagnard hill tribesman they had fought beside in Vietnam. The "Montagnard bracelet" stood for comradeship. The Americans wore it as a bond with a far away friend who was still in danger.
In the late 1960's, Americans concerned with the inhumane treatment American prisoners of war were receiving at the hands of their Vietnamese captors used the idea of the "Montagnard bracelet" and created the POW-MIA arm bracelet.
Today, Americans are continuing to join the effort to "keep the faith" with American servicemen still missing as a result of war.
POW-MIA bracelets are available engraved with the name of a servicemen still listed as missing in action.
Make the bond and wear a POW-MIA bracelet until "they come home."
Proceeds from the sale of POW-MIA bracelets are used to help continue the fight for American servicemen still unaccounted for as a result of war.
We ship as soon as we receive the order if we have the bracelet in stock. Please allow 1 to 2 weeks, on bracelets not in stock or customized.
Sorry, no refunds on custom orders or after an order has been processed.
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