PFC John M. Fahy, killed in action at Tarawa while...Read More
An independent research project
dedicated to recovering our WWII MIAs.
USMC & attached Navy medical personnel.
Since 7 December 2011.
- Our Mission
- Services Offered
We advocate for the recovery of missing servicemen by commemorating their lives and supporting repatriation efforts.
They came from every state in the nation, from every conceivable type of home, from high schools and colleges and the CCC. While most were in their late teens or early twenties, there were some who'd spent decades in uniform, and others who lied to enlist under the legal age. While their reasons for serving were as varied as their personal lives and circumstances, most joined because they wanted to fight. And fight they would, on land, at sea, and in the air.
Thousands of them lie there still.
Missing Marines was founded in December 2011 to find the final resting place of Sergeant Arthur "B." Ervin, Jr. As of today, we are still waiting for his remains to be identified.
Since 2011, we have collaborated with government and non-profit organizations and provided research assistance to hundreds of relatives and former comrades of our missing Marines.
To contact us with a submission or a research request, please fill out the form below.