FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 19, 2008

CONTACT: Jim Lowney, 908-527-4711

 

POW/MIA Day

Freeholder Chairman Angel G. Estrada (2nd R), Freeholder Vice Chairman Alex Mirabella (L), Freeholder Rick Proctor (2nd L) and Union County Sheriff Ralph Froehlich (R) listen as Rev. Margay Whitlock sings the national anthem during Union County’s annual remembrance ceremony honoring POW’s and MIA’s
(Photo by Jim Lowney/County of Union)

Union County Freeholder Chairman Angel G. Estrada (2nd R), Freeholder Vice Chairman Alex Mirabella (L), Freeholder Rick Proctor (2nd L) and Union County Sheriff Ralph Froehlich (R) listen as Rev. Margay Whitlock sings the national anthem during Union County’s annual remembrance ceremony honoring POW’s and MIA’s at the Union County Courthouse in Elizabeth. National POW/MIA Recognition Day is observed each year on the third Friday of September.

Freeholder Chairman Angel G. Estrada speaks during Union County’s annual remembrance ceremony honoring POW’s and MIA’s at the Union County Courthouse in Elizabeth
(Photo by Jim Lowney/County of Union)

Union County Freeholder Chairman Angel G. Estrada speaks during Union County’s annual remembrance ceremony honoring POW’s and MIA’s at the Union County Courthouse in Elizabeth. National POW/MIA Recognition Day is observed each year on the third Friday of September.

Honor guards from of the Union County Sheriff’s Officer, the Union County Dept. of Corrections, the Union County Prosecutor’s Office and the Elizabeth Police and Fire Honor Guard fire a salute on the steps of the Union County Courthouse in Elizabeth during Union County’s annual remembrance ceremony honoring prisoners of war and those missing in action (POW/MIA). National POW/MIA Recognition Day is observed each year on the third Friday of September.
(Photo by Jim Lowney/County of Union)

Honor guards from the Union County Sheriff’s Officer, the Union County Dept. of Corrections, the Union County Prosecutor’s Office and the Elizabeth Police and Fire Honor Guard fire a salute on the steps of the Union County Courthouse in Elizabeth during Union County’s annual remembrance ceremony honoring prisoners of war and those missing in action (POW/MIA). National POW/MIA Recognition Day is observed each year on the third Friday of September.