For many years, people have asked what happened to the men captured or lost on the battlefield. For 20 years, we have provided answers, directions, information sources to answer that question. We can also verify claims of captivity. Our expertise is the Vietnam War.
We are the leading advocate for quality healthcare, research & education relating to spinal cord injury and dysfunction, benefits available as a result of military service, and civil rights and opportunities which maximize the independence of our members.
The ultimate goal of Task Force Omega – Missouri (TFO-MO1) is the return of all Americans, alive or dead; captured and held by foreign governments or groups and to seek public support for obtaining the release of these brave, American patriots. TASK FORCE OMEGA, INC. was incorporated, as a national organization, in Virginia in 1983 by POW/MIA family members, Vietnam veterans and concerned citizens. It is a non-profit, tax-exempt Prisoner of War organization and having met the requirements of section 501(c)(3) Internal Revenue Service Code, has been issued IRS#54-1243251. TASK FORCE OMEGA INC. is in the forefront of national Prisoner of War and Missing in Action organizations. It has subordinates TASK FORCE OMEGAs in states throughout the country which also must be incorporated under Section(c)(3), IRS Code, to qualify as non-profit, tax exempt organizations.
The Mission Continues engages veterans facing the challenge of adjusting to life at home to find new missions. We redeploy veterans in their communities so the legacy of this generation will be one of action and service. The Mission Continues focuses veterans’ spirit of service and harnesses the skills they learned in the military through two action-orientated programs: the Fellowship Program and the Service Platoon Program.
To remember, honor and assist the wounded and ill of our Armed Forces from all wars.
The USO is chartered by the Congress as a non-profit charitable corporation. It is not a government agency, but is endorsed by the President of the United States and the Secretary of Defense. Each President has been the Honorary Chairman of the USO since its inception in 1941.The USO mission is to provide morale, welfare and recreation-type services to uniformed military Personnel. The original intent of Congress and enduring style of USO delivery is to represent the American people by extending a “Touch of Home” to their military members. Thus, although some USO programs/services are similar to those provided by other agencies, the hallmark of the USO has been and will continue to be HOW, as much as WHAT, services are provided.