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Frisco veteran recalls time he spent as prisoner of war

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U.S. Air Force Col. Bernard Leo “Bunny” Talley, Jr. (Ret.) speaks at Frisco's National POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony.

As U.S. Air Force Col. Bernard Leo “Bunny” Talley, Jr. (Ret.) stood in front of a fountain at Simpson Plaza at Frisco City Hall, sometimes re-shuffling his notes after the wind nearly blew them off the podium, he encouraged the small crowd to remember the military's prisoners of war and those missing in action.

Friday the Frisco Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8273 and the Frisco Garden Club hosted its first POW/MIA Candlelight Remembrance Ceremony in honor of National POW/MIA Recognition Day.

Bernard Talley Jr.

U.S. Air Force Col. Bernard Leo “Bunny” Talley, Jr. (Ret.) speaks at Frisco's first National POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony.

Bernard Leo "Bunny" Talley, Jr.

Members of the Frisco Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8273 stand with Col. Bernard Leo "Bunny" Talley, Jr.

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