Time is running out. The remains of our missing in action (MIAs) who fought and died for our freedom are being worn away by time and elements.
Project Recover used Mixed Reality (MIR) on iPads, a fleet of AUV and ROV equipment, videos, and panel of experts to teach 100 students on the USS Midway.
Project Recover welcomes Adam Gray, our newest Project Recover team member. Adam was invited to become ateam member on our most recent mission to Palau.
Derek Abbey, Project Recover President, shares reflections on living with purpose, serving in the military, and Project Recover’s service to veterans.
Project Recover went to the Persian Gulf to survey four square miles near Failaka Island, Kuwait, to locate the wreckage of A-6E in October 2018.
Project Recover is partnering with Air Force Heritage Flight Foundation to teach to 120 students from High Tech High School aboard the USS Midway Museum.
National POW/MIA Recognition Day 2019 is a day of observance when Americans take time to recognize and honor more than 82,000 service members who remain missing from past conflicts around the world.
The MIA family of ARM2c Albert “Bud” Rybarczyk, USNR, traveled to Palau to join Project Recover on their most recent mission. Cindy Gray, Bud’s niece, and her son, Adam, flew to Palau in April 2019. They wanted to get as close as possible to where their Uncle Bud flew his final mission. For the family of Bud Rybarczyk, this was …
Project Recover Board of Directors unanimously voted Derek Abbey, Ph.D., to be Project Recover President and CEO and Dan Friedkin as Chair of the Board of Directors.
Porto Santo Stefano, Italy16 September – 5 October 2018 Under contract with the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA), Project Recover headed to Porto Santo Stefano in the Grosseto province of Italy to search for World War II aircraft and MIAs in September 2018. Our primary goal was to locate and positively identify an A-20, a B-24, B-25, and B-26, all …