Be bold and take meaningful action by sponsoring an MIA mission.  These MIA search and recovery missions cost money and MIA Recoveries, Inc receives no funding support from the US government.  As a sponsor, if you’re qualified, you’ll be invited to join the expedition team and venture to an aircraft crash site and help to recover the MIA personnel.  It will be a humanitarian experience and adventure that you’ll never forget.

Corporate Sponsor

The Fourteen Mountains
Manufacturers of premium quality trekking clothes and mountaineering equipment

We sincerely thank The Fourteen Mountains for funding the 2023 MIA recovery missions accomplished by MIA Recoveries, Inc.

B-24J #42-100184 Sponsors Meeting and Fundraising Gallery

The Chinese American community has generously offered to sponsor the recovery of B-24J #42-100184 by a team from MIA Recoveries, Inc.  This aircraft crash site was discovered on 07 Dec 2010 by Clayton Kuhles, the founder and president of MIA Recoveries, Inc.  The photos show the Wang and Chen families meeting with Clayton in Prescott, Arizona on 16 Jun 2022.

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Important Notice:  These MIA missions are mostly self-funded by Clayton Kuhles.  No funding support is received from the US government.  If you believe this is a worthwhile humanitarian project that needs to be pursued, then please visit the Funding page on this website to see how easy it is to support this project in a meaningful manner.  MIA Recoveries, Inc is a tax-exempt public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  Funding donations to MIA Recoveries, Inc are deductible under Section 170 of the Code.  EIN: 45-3174718