NOW STREAMING FOR FANS & FOLLOWERS
Now Streaming for Fans & Followers
The movie about Project REcover's Mission
“To What Remains" is a stirring, feature-length documentary that follows Project Recover’s search for the more than 80,000 Americans missing in action since World War II.
Meet the MIAs and their families. Their service and enduring sacrifice are the motivation behind every mission.
Get to know Lt. R. R. Houle, the pilot of a TBM Avenger, and his great-nephew, Doug Berglund. Lt. Houle was Ensign George H. W. Bush’s commanding officer and good friend. George Bush always hoped he’d be able to help bring his friend home.
Catch the smile of ARM3c Walter Mintus, the radioman for Lt. Houle. His nephews, now in their 80’s still remember their “Uncle Bert '' with love and affection.
Meet SSgt. Jimmie Doyle and his son, Tommy, who dove on Dad’s crash site more than six decades later.
To What Remains is a powerful testament to how one person’s commitment to ‘do the right thing’ motivates an ever-growing number of people who are motivated to do the same.
"It was an awakening," Tommy Doyle said sharing the experience of repatriating his father, SSgt Jimmie Doyle, after 65 years MIA.
"It felt like something magical was happening," said Dennis Kelvie describing how he felt when his uncle, Lt. William Punnell, was buried at Arlington National Cemetery after 74 years MIA.
"It really strengthened my faith in miracles," Richard Kozak said when his uncle, ARM3c Walter Mintus, was buried in his hometown after 74 years MIA.
“My husband and I saw “To What Remains” last night. ….we again found ourselves in awe of the perseverance and dedication of all of the men and women involved in these missions. “To What Remains” is an excellent film and we highly recommend it.” Roberta Waggoner
My fiancée and I saw the movie last night. Our fathers would be humbled by your efforts as we are. Yes, absolutely see the movie and donate as we shall. And we will be purchasing the DVD when available.” Linda
“Great piece of work and everyone should see it. It is a potent reminder that "they were all children like your own." Jim Bussey
“Absolutely amazing!!! …on behalf of the family of Walter Mintus, we say once again… thank you from the bottom of our hearts for making this impossible dream come true.” Michael Gorman