An Interview with Mark Moline, Ph.D. Innovative science revolutionized Project Recover’s ability to find American MIAs and help bring them home. Project Recover partners and co-founders Mark Moline, Ph.D., Director of University of Delaware’s School of Marine Science and Policy, and Eric Terrill, Ph.D., Director of Coastal Observing Research and Development Center at Scripps Institution of Oceanography spearhead the science behind the search for MIAs. For Mark Moline, the search for MIAs adds a human connection to his work as an oceanographer that makes it even more enticing than making a scientific discovery alone. “Meeting the families, watching whole towns show up in the bitter cold to celebrate the young life of someone they didn’t know personally but know they …
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.
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.
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.
Dr. Mark Moline, Director of the School of Marine Science and Policy within UDel College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment, speaks about work with BentProp.
Pat Scannon, Project Recover Founder, helped located the Japanese trawler President George H. W. Bush sank as a young aviator in World War II.