Free 2021 POW/MIA Recognition Day Poster

The 2021 version of a free POW/MIA Recognition Day poster has released. Sign up today in order to receive yours before September and you get to choose from an 11″ x 16″ or 20″ x 30″ sized poster.

Observances of National POW/MIA Recognition Day are held across the country on military installations, ships at sea, state capitols, schools and veterans' facilities. It is traditionally observed on the third Friday in September each year. This observance is one of six days throughout the year that Congress has mandated the flying of the National League of Families' POW/MIA flag. The others are Armed Forces Day, Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day and Veterans Day.

Click the blue “order poster” near the top right to pull up the form. It looks like they've removed the old questions requiring an answer to “how are you going to use this poster.” I guess they finally realized most people put posters on their walls.

6 comments on “Free 2021 POW/MIA Recognition Day Poster”

  1. This is NOT the 2021 poster. This was the poster for 2019 and someone has just changed the year. You can go to the DPAA.MIL website to see the actual 2021 poster although I have not been able to find a link to download like they usually had each year.

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    • You’re correct – the image shown above is the 2019 poster. We don’t update the images every year on this site.

      However, the link in the post goes directly to the page where you can request a 2021 poster. Once they run out of physical posters to mail, they’ll begin offering a link to download it.

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  2. I want to Display this poster on my wall and frame it, in order to display in my window every year!! I am A US Army Field Artillery Cold War Veteran, and I come from a long list of Veterans on all 4 sides of my family all the way back to the first wars fought since beginning of the colonies…I am Proud of their service and of mine!!

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  3. Thank You so much Goob… for sharing this offer. I recd 10 of them in the mail and plan on sharing them with my elderly neighbors who have served.

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    • That’s most likely a false positive from your browser. Chrome didn’t flag it as unsafe for me plus it’s also on a .mil (military) domain that regular people can’t register.

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