JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Wash. – About 2,500 Vietnam War veterans and their families turned out at Joint Base Lewis-McChord for a special homecoming ceremony that they say was long overdue.

Arnold Beizer who took Muhammad Ali and POW/MIA family members to Vietnam in search of answers to the question of what happened to thousands of American POWs who never came home and were last known alive in captivity, responded below that We The People should not celebrate until all POWS are brought home…Beizer commented to,

“It is great that so many Vietnam War Vets are finally being welcomed home properly after all this time!

But the fact is that all the servicemen from the Vietnam War are still not home. Some were left behind and are still being held captive in S.E. Asia as POWS and our government has written them off for dead when SOME STILL SURVIVE!

Our nation owes them a debt of gratitude and a real effort to bring them home and welcome them.

I personally brought Muhammad Ali to Vietnam along with POW/MIA family members seeking the truth and wherabouts of 2500 POWS and MIAs that were never accounted for when only 573 returned home in April 1973 in Operation Homecoming.

There is definite proof some like USAF Col. David Hrdlicka were captured alive in Laos and were still alive well into the 1990’s. All of the facts and their true story are told in the new book “SAVED BY THE BELL” just released on Find out the truth that will amaze you and much more about Americans Abandoned and Muhammad Ali’s humanitarian effort to help bring them home to their families at:“.