The Postal Service honors American prisoners of war and missing in action with a nationwide issuance of a 32-cent commemorative stamp on May 29, 1995 in Washington, DC.
The stamp, designed by Carl Herrman of Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, features a symbolic representation of a pair of military identification tags. The tags, embossed with the words "POW & MIA NEVER FORGOTTEN," are displayed in front of an American flag, waving against a blue sky. In addition to issuing the stamp, the Postal Service waived licensing and royalty fees to IRS-qualified, nonprofit organizations that wish to reproduce the stamp design on T-shirts, sweatshirts, and other merchandise for fundraising purposes.
The stamp was printed by Ashton-Potter (USA) Ltd. in the offset process.
Reference: Postal Bulletin (April 27, 1995)