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Having been a prisoner of war of the Japanese
Non melanotic malignant neoplasm of the skin - Having been a prisoner of war of the Japanese Factor
Prisoner of war of the Japanese
Prisoners of war are identified on the client data base. The veteran's statement of service will also record the fact that he or she was a prisoner of war.
Commission has defined a prisoner of war as a veteran who has been confined in a camp, building, prison or other restrictive area as a prisoner of the enemy, even if the confinement was for only a few hours.
Last reviewed for CCPS 26 September 2007.
Clinical onset and operational service 
30261 there is some evidence that having been a prisoner of war of Japan may be a factor in the development of the condition under consideration.
2352 the veteran was a prisoner of war of Japan at some time.
27396 the veteran was a prisoner of war of Japan before the clinical onset of the condition under consideration.