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Last Flight Home (2007)

The stark phrase 'Missing In Action' leaves the human spirit room for hope, doubt and question. While it seems that Dr. Scannon's work is in a far remote piece of the world, the real ... See full summary »

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Daniel T. O'Brien (co-director), Jennifer Powers (co-director)
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The stark phrase 'Missing In Action' leaves the human spirit room for hope, doubt and question. While it seems that Dr. Scannon's work is in a far remote piece of the world, the real adventure and spirit is in bringing answers to the families of those missing all these years. Written by Jennifer Powers

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Searching for and finding MIAs

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USA

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English

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25 March 2007 (USA) See more »

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Davis, California, USA See more »

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$177,000 (estimated)
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Are you proud to be an American? You will if you watch this film
10 January 2008 | by nankoenigSee all my reviews

It was a horrible war, WWII, taking over 60,000,000 lives and leaving America with over 88,000 Missing in Action. That's conceivably eighty-eight thousand families who still--over sixty years later--have no idea where their loved ones remains now lie.

But one very courageous and passionate group of people banded together--lead by Dr. Pat Scranton--to make a difference. Based in Palau, the team that works under the banner of "Bent Star Project" spent six years filming and following the efforts to locate and identify the remains of wrecked decaying planes that fell into and around the island.

See the undeniably noble effort of these hard-working volunteers in their effort to reunite the fallen with their families and the family's gratitude, all these years later for their services. You don't want to miss this film.


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