MIA Recoveries



MIA expedition highcamp on Burma-India border

My MIA recovery expeditions have been almost entirely self-funded.  A typical 2-month expedition costs me approx. $15,000.  Sometimes, an expedition will extend well beyond 2 months in the field, which means the expedition costs might go even higher.

I'm sometimes able to reach and document an MIA US aircraft every 2 - 3 weeks during an expedition.  This means a typical 2-month search expedition might reach 3 or 4 MIA aircraft crashsites.

I hope you'll agree that finding and recovering these long-missing Americans is a very worthy humanitarian project that needs to be pursued.

After reviewing the contents of this website, please consider making a financial donation to help support my ongoing MIA recovery expeditions, or perhaps sponsor a 2-month expedition for $15,000.

MIA Recoveries, Inc is a tax-exempt public charity under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.  Donations to MIA Recoveries, Inc are deductible under section 170 of the Code.  Donation receipts are sent upon request.

If you would like to help support the MIA recovery project, then please donate now.

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MIA Recoveries, Inc.
P.O. Box 12871
Prescott, AZ  86304-2871

Thanks for visiting this website.

Clayton Kuhles


Important Notice: These MIA recovery expeditions and this website have been almost entirely self-funded by Clayton Kuhles.  No funding 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.  Donations to MIA Recoveries, Inc are deductible under section 170 of the Code.  Thank you!

 
 

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