Project Recover members train on sonar equipment for this year’s busy mission schedule committed to using technology for search recovery of MIA.
Glenn Frano shares his first mission and experience with BentProp and Project recover while searching for executed WWII MIA and innocents in Palau jungle
New BentProp and Project Recover Team member Charlie Brown shares final days for his first team mission to find the MIA and executed innocents from WWII
Team member Derek gives first hand look into Project Recover mission to the jungles for a Palau WWII POW search including their adventures and finds
On 16 November 2017, New Orleans, BentProp Project Team Members Colin Colbourn, Dan O’Brien, Val Thal-Slocum, and Pat Scannon attended the International World War II Conference, hosted by the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, Louisiana. The conference drew over 500 attendees and many internationally renowned presenters and scholars. At the conference, BentProp team members were excited to attend a panel called “Bringing Them Home: The DPAA’s Latest Successes,” which featured speakers Dr. Michael Dolski of DPAA and Dr. Ryan Gray of the University of New Orleans, who worked with DPAA in Austria on an archaeological dig that might potentially yield the remains of a World War II pilot. We also had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. …
BentProp team members of Project Recover attend the Oceanic Exploration in a Sea of Data forum in San Diego learning the science side of searching for MIA’s
BentProp team members of Project Recover take a Wilderness First Responder Course, developing new skills as individuals and as a team
This video is a peek into the flag ceremonies held over discovered crash sites for the servicemen lost during WWII, Today we celebrate Veterans Day 2017
BentProp pauses to reflect on the past and the future for the team and it’s mission to bring back the MIA’s during National POW MIA Recognition Day.
National Air and Space Museum B-26 Bomber visit May 11th, Washington, DC: Project Recover team members Pat Scannon, Colin Colbourn, Megan Lickliter-Mundon, Nolan Brandon, and Daniel O’Brien traveled to the National Air & Space Museum at Dulles Airport for a rare peek into the world of preservation while gathering evidence on a current Project Recover mission involving a B-26 bomber, with MIAs (Missing in Action) still associated with it. The Project Recover team is currently investigating a rare type of B-26 bomber that is scattered across the ocean bottom, 70+ feet deep, in a remote part of the ocean. The only way to properly identify the suspect aircraft is to compare it to a known accessible aircraft. As one can imagine, after …