Upon entering Many VFW Posts members see a single table set appropriately for a meal but is never used. This special scene honors those who cannot join us at a local Post-prisoners of war or those missing in action. Please reflect when you pass this table knowing that our POW-MIA would give anything to join their family and friends for a meal.
Requirements for a POW/MIA Table Display by Gary D. Moore This is an outline of items required for a POW/MIA Table display. 1. Small table (usually enough for only one or two people). 2. White table cloth (plain cotton looks the best). 3. A distinctive dish and silverware setting for elegant dining (use your best). 4.
POW/MIA Chair Cover - Can be used with the place post setting.
10. Empty chair "The POW MIA Remembrance Ceremony" As you entered the banquet hall this evening, you may have noticed a small table in a place of honor. It is set for one. This table is our way of symbolizing the fact that members of our profession of arms are missing from our midst. They are commonly called POWs or MIAs, we call them "Brothers."
POW/MIA Empty Chair Ceremony Rules The Committee will provide and set-up the contest area chairs and table for the ceremony. The participants will provide the following: POW/MIA Chair Cover, American and Legion Table Flags, Tablecloth, Rose, Red Ribbon, Vase, Slice of Lemon, Salt, Glass, Bible, and Candle, Service Flags and Standard.
POW/MIA HAT TABLE CEREMONY 1.1. Personnel. moves into position around the table and simultaneously places the covers of the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard, on the dinner plate at each table setting. The chairs are empty -- they are missing. Let us now raise our water