For Vicki Bigelow of Elida, seeing the name of Douglas Dahill on the Ohio Wall brings some closure. Dahill died April 17th, 1969 while fighting in Vietnam.
His family didn't know his fate, for certain, until 46 years later when his remains were identified.
In October of 2011 he was buried with full military honors in Arlington National Cemetery.
Bigelow is related to the Dahill family through a sister that married Doug's brother.
The Chained Eagles Ohio Wall, lists the names of servicemen from Ohio who served our country and are still listed as prisoners of war or missing in action.
Some, like Dahill have made it home to their final resting place.
Until all have been accounted for, the Chained Eagles will continue their mission to get them home.
Jim Sawmiller, president of the Chained Eagles of Ohio says the list of those missing is actually growing thanks to recent conflicts in the middle east.
Sawmiller says the names on the wall have special meaning to their organization.
Sawmiller is hoping that one day, there will be no names left that haven't been accounted for.