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The Ride Home 2015 was held in Americus and Andersonville last weekend bringing hundreds of visitors into the area. Former POWs and the families of those still missing in action were recognized and honored,

Members of the Ride Home enter Andersonville National Cemetery on Friday morning, National POW-MIA Recognition Day.

Members of the Ride Home enter Andersonville National Cemetery on Friday morning, National POW-MIA Recognition Day.

Pam Cain, daughter of Col. Oscar Mauterer, at the podium Friday morning at Andersonville National Cemetery.

Pam Cain, daughter of Col. Oscar Mauterer, at the podium Friday morning at Andersonville National Cemetery.

Memory stars on display in ceremonial casket at Andersonville National Cemetery Friday.

Memory stars on display in ceremonial casket at Andersonville National Cemetery Friday.

The motorcade carrying former POWs and families of those still missing in action enters the main gates of the Georgia Southwestern State University campus Friday afternoon.

The motorcade carrying former POWs and families of those still missing in action enters the main gates of the Georgia Southwestern State University campus Friday afternoon.

Former POWs and their families and the families of MIAs arrive on the Georgia Southwestern State University campus Friday afternoon for a Heroes Banquet and candlelight service.

Former POWs and their families and the families of MIAs arrive on the Georgia Southwestern State University campus Friday afternoon for a Heroes Banquet and candlelight service.

A Heroes Banquet was held Friday evening at Georgia Southwestern State University to honor the former POWs and the MIA families. This is all part of The Ride Home 2015.

A Heroes Banquet was held Friday evening at Georgia Southwestern State University to honor the former POWs and the MIA families. This is all part of The Ride Home 2015.