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.
Project Recover located three WWII aircraft in Chuuk, formerly Truk Lagoon, the Pacific. The aircraft were lost in Operation Hailstone.
Rita Alderson gave to Project Recover in honor of her uncle, Capt. Charles F. Pratte. Capt. Charles F. Pratte, Jr., landed the Belle of Texas using three parachutes tied to gun mounts to slow the B-24 when its hydraulic system was shot out.
George H. W. Bush is an indelible part of Project Recover history. Before it became Project Recover in 2018, Project Recover was known as The BentProp Project. We were a small group with big dreams to bring our MIAs home. Former President George H. W. Bush, a WWII pilot, was a significant part of our early years and remains so today.