The numbers of American MIAs and POWs from earlier wars are staggering, nearly 90,000 soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines in a little more than sixty years: 78,750 from World War II; more than 8,500 from the Korean Conflict; and more than 2,000 in Southeast Asia following the Vietnam War and the Cold War. The official U.S. government policy is that there is no credible evidence that any POWs are still alive. The troubling television program challenges whether some American prisoners were never turned over at the end of each war in recent history and whether some of those servicemen still survive … even now. Is it possible that America’s armed forces deliberately left fellow servicemen behind? Should diplomatic relations between nations outweigh the lives of individual men and women who served their country?