Twelve members of Central Washington University’s Air Force ROTC detachment will conduct an annual 24-hour vigil on Monday in honor of the nation’s military personnel who are missing in action and prisoners of war.
The solemn vigil takes place beginning midnight Sunday and continues for 24 hours to midnight Monday, according to Air Force ROTC Cadet Wing Commander Alex Lauer. He said the 12 cadets involved are part of the senior class.
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