Discover the details of relatives you may have that were involved in the Korean War, captured, held as a POW and then repatriated back to the US. This sequence of events was experienced by thousands of US soldiers during the conflict and these records hold the details of each of them. You will discover there service details, as well as where they were held prisoner and, of course, when they were released.
The amount of information listed varies, but the Korean War Prisoners (Repatriated) 1950-1954 records usually include the following information about your ancestor:
These records are provided in partnership with the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), in Washington, D.C.