Project Recover celebrates the service of all U.S. military veterans.
Our mission is to seek and find downed aircraft and their servicemen from WWII. It has always been our custom to hold a flag ceremony at the site of all MIA associated aircraft crash sites we discover. The ceremony is recorded, and a flag is presented and properly folded for each MIA associated with the find. This video from Veterans Day 2017 is a look at that ceremony.
We salute and thank our Veterans.
The Project Recover Team
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Read posts about MIAs Project Recover has helped repatriate:
- December 2017 – Albert P. “Bud” Rybarczyk, WWII Radioman, Buried After MIA for 73 Years
- April 2018 – WWII Ordnanceman Sharninghouse Laid To Rest In Hometown
- May 2018 – Lt. William Punnell, WWII Pilot, Buried At Arlington Cemetery
- November 2018 – Walter Mintus, WWII Radioman, Buried With Military Honors
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