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MIA's Impact

the Final Mission

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The MIA IMPACT

"When Project Recover found my father, it was like a new beginning."

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"When Project Recover found my father, it was like a new beginning."

jimmie doyle's impact - The Final Mission

Project Recover brings MIAs, like Jimmie Doyle, home for their recognition, their family’s closure, and a grateful Nation. 

As Military Air Shows are taking off, get to know the men and women who long before the Blue Angels flew the F-18 Super Hornets and the Thunderbirds flew the F-16 Flying Falcons. 

Remember the planes that came before jet fighters; the aviators and air crew who flew in World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, and the Gulf War. 

Remember people like SSgt. Jimmie Doyle. 

Jimmie was MIA for 60 years until Project Recover found his B-24 Liberator crash site. He was returned home to his family, community, and country. 

Then a remarkable thing happened. A wave of Gratitude, Love, Unity, and Hope ripples across the country.

This is the MIA’s Final Mission. It is our mission, too. Will you join us?

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