Melvin Arnold Holland
Technical Sergeant
United States Air Force
Woodland, Washington
January 06, 1936 to March 11, 1968
MELVIN A HOLLAND is on the Wall at Panel 44E, Line 21

Melvin A Holland
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06 Nov 2002


You may not be here physically, but you will always be here
in spirit.
You have not been forgotten
MIA-POW's families to
become a POW to any and every war
It will be 35 years on March 2003.

With wars still happening I can't even begin to imagine how
many others will become MIA-POW's.

My prayers go out to any and
all servicemen and their families.

Thank you for this opportunity to share my thoughts and prayers

15 Mar 2006

It has now been 3 more years since the last update on this website and still no answer or word on what has happened to the MIA/POW's from the Vietnam War. Now we have another war in process, so we will have even more men unaccounted for from our Service men and women.

These men are constantly in our prayers. It has been 38 years since my dad became missing and still no answer. My prayers go out to the rest of the family and friends of MIA/POW'S.

From his daughter,
Debbie Holland-Duyck

07 Jun 2007

Thank you to the wonderful people I have received emails from people regarding bracelets and just letting me know that they care. That means so much to my family and I. I thank William Jordan for sending me his bracelet since he had the POW/MIA emblem and my dad's name tattooed on his arm. What an honor. This website has been such a blessing and thank you for everything.

Still no word as my mom gets ready to go out to Washington DC again to see what information they may have for her this year. My prayers are with the families of those who are involved with the current war. God Bless all of you.

From his daughter,

November 1965

22 Jan 2007

I am a 15 year old girl, who has been raised in the military. I am a Civil Air Patrol cadet, which is a branch of the USAF. I was at Selfridge AB in Michigan, for a Cadet Advisory Council meeting. When going to the PX/BX I ran accross a POW/MIA Bracelet. There were three bracelets there. I picked up the first bracelet and it happend to be TSgt Melvin A. Holland. I was amazed and bought it right then and there, no questions asked. It was very ironic, because of the whole USAF and me being in CAP, and I just happend to get promoted to a Cadet TSgt just the week after.

I am very found of the bracelet, and haven't taken it off since. I was searching for TSgt Holland on the net and came across this site. I get to visit DC in February with CAP, and hopefully will get to go to the Wall, if so I plan on getting TSgt Holland's name rubbing. Just having the bracelet means so much to me, knowing that there were and still are people out there who haven't been found, and still need our support. For those soldiers of yesterday, today, and tomorrow.



A Note from The Virtual Wall

LIMA 85 was a highly classified TSQ-81/TACAN site on a Laotian mountaintop near the North Vietnamese border. On 11 March 1968, eleven US Air Force men were lost when the site was overrun by the North Vietnamese - and a twelth was lost when his A-1E was shot down during rescue operations.

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