We are honored to announce Leila Character, Ph.D., is bringing Machine Learning to Project Recover to help bring more MIAs home.
The National Capital Region Squad (NCR-SQD) raised more than $34k for Project Recover in a GoRuck Challenge to help bring MIAs home.
In August 2021, the Project Recover team set off for its first MIA Recovery Mission in the Republic of Palau. Our partnership with the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency made this a groundbreaking mission. The goal was to recover MIAs from a World War II crash site 120’ underwater.
The Daughters of the American Revolution awarded Pat Scannon, M.D., Ph.D., Project Recover co-founder and President Emeritus, the DAR Founders Medal for Patriotism at their National Defense Night Ceremony on Saturday, July 2, 2022, in Washington, D.C.
On July 4th, Independence Day, we celebrate the birth of our nation and the core values of what it means to be American.
More than 20 years ago, Pat Scannon was reading a book late at night on World War in the Pacific. On the last page of the book, the author included a quote from “For the Fallen” by Laurence Binyon.
On Memorial Day, we often remember our fallen heroes with parades and picnics. These are beautiful gatherings that reflect family and community. In many poignant ways, these celebrations capture the way of life our service members sacrificed to protect.
Jules McManus, a former US Navy Diver now disabled, will dive again with Project Recover partner, Legion Undersea Services, to test dive equipment donated to Project Recover.
Project Recover is proud to announce the release of To What Remains, a movie from Imperative Entertainment and ABRAMORAMA about American MIAs and Project Recover’s mission to bring them home.
Project Recover met with Legion Undersea Services to pack for our first MIA Recovery Mission in Palau later this year.