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Bringing POW/MIAs home

The BentProp Project, Limited is a 501(c)3 charity corporation dedicated to fulfilling this most sacred obligation of bringing home our fallen no matter how long it takes.

Your donations go to:

  • Fund expeditions in search of POW/MIAs
  • Support projects that educate the public on the search for POW/MIAs
  • Research around the country and globe to unearth clues to the whereabouts of POW/MIAs
  • Bring them all home, because it is never too late.

Every dollar counts, we need donations large and small.

You may also send a donation by mail to:

The BentProp Project, Limited

443 First Street

Woodland, CA 95695-4023

501(c)3 Fed Tax ID #45-0512575

Your tax deductible contribution will ensure that these ongoing missions will continue.

The BentStar Project

The BentProp Project Ltd. is a California 501(c)3 non-profit Corporation



The BentStar Project and the BentProp team search for POW/MIAs in Palau

 After over 65 years, soldiers are finally coming home

2Lt. Jack Arnett SSgt Jimmie Doyle 2Lt Frank Arhar TSgt Charles Goulding Sr.TSgt Robert Stinson SSgt Leland Price Flt Officer William Simpson SSgt Earl Yoh

B-24 found in Palau

This B-24 and her crew were listed as Missing In Action September 1st 1944 and remained lost until January 24, 2004. The BentProp Project is prepared to bring more families closure. To make this possible we need your donations, because it is never too late.

The crew of the B-24

We are bringing soldiers home. Because it is never too late.


The Search Continues...

Every year, The BentProp Project travels the western Pacific in search of MIAs.

The costs of these expeditions are rising as new technology becomes necessary to continue the search. We utilize underwater robotic technology to sweep the ocean floor for crash sites and other modern scientific methods on land and in the water.

We need your help

We are searching for over 70,000 MIAs from the battles of World War II to present day.

Help us bring them home


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The search continues


The BentStar Project continues the search for POW/MIAs