National POW/MIA Recognition Day 2020 National POW/MIA Recognition Day 2020 gives us a chance to reflect on our POW/MIAs, the sacrifices they have made for our country, and their final mission home. This day is especially close to our hearts. We spend every day of the year researching, searching for, and striving to bring our MIAs home. For us, every day is POW/MIA Recognition Day. But 2020 is proving to be an extraordinary year. We find ourselves — along with virtually everyone else — facing extraordinary challenges. On the one hand, we are eager to get back out in the field, frustrated that circumstances would interfere with our global missions to bring MIAs home. On the other hand, we recognize …
MIA Spotlight on Robert H. Fisher, Jr., an eaerial gunner on B-24 called “Shoot Luke.”
MIA Spotlight: 2nd Lt. Thomas V. Kelly, Jr. – Project Recover located his aircraft in 2017 with support from the Kelly Family Research Team.
Project Recover has rolled out a new logo representing its mission to bring MIAs home. The logo, designed by Freeman Ryan Design, is rich with symbolism.
Finding MIAs represents a new beginning for MIA families. Service members whose remains are located decades later bring families and communities together.
Project Recover’s work with Stockbridge High School Underwater Robotics Team is a cornerstone educational initiative and the brainchild of Flip Colmer.
I gave to Project Recover because their mission to return MIAs to their families resonates with me. And for my mother, Lt. Esther Louise Hilton a Navy Nurse
The mission to bring MIAs is fast becoming a mission for every American. People who want to keep America’s promise to our missing and fallen can do so here.
Thomas D. Schindler gave to Project Recover in memory of SSgt. Eugene Darrigan who was a radio operator and gunner with the B-24 nicknamed “Heaven Can Wait”
Using the greatest generation values as rails, men and women in the 1940s overcame war and economic depression and gave the opportunity for more freedom.