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Airman Isaac W. Anderson Sr Missing 1952 and returned home 2019

 

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A/2C Thomas Condon Missing 1952 Returned Home 2016
Col Eugen Smith Missing 1952 Returned Home 2014
A/2C Bateman Burns Missing 1952 Returned home 2016
SSGT James Ray Missing 1952 Returned Home 2014
1LT William Turner Missing 1952 Returned Home 2014
Howard Martin Missing 1952 Returned Home 2016

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Over the past 15 years, I have been doing research to find my grandfather and the other 51 soldiers that went missing in 1952. Their plane crashed into Mount Gannett in Alaska on November 22, 1952. They were not seen again until June of 2012 when a Blackhawk team doing a training mission spotted something on a glacier. It would later be identified as the missing C-124 Globemaster from 1952.
What I have learned during all of this research is that there is not a government agency that searches for our military personnel that has gone missing as a result of a non-mission loss or operational loss; one’s loss on US Soil and Overseas.
For this reason, I have started the nonprofit, HONORED BOUND INC, to look for these men and bring them home. Yes, there is an agency called JAPC/DPAA but they do not look for military personnel that didn’t die during a war loss. The name HONORED BOUND INC is indicative of what I believe the American Spirit is regarding those who serve us in the military. They all deserve to come home and we are HONORED BOUND INC to make sure they do.
I receive calls from other family members asking me for my help to find their missing soldier. I have several searches I am working on right now but to continue doing this I will need your help. The best tools I have to bring these forgotten soldiers home is through the Nonprofit, HONORED BOUND.
Please join me in showing those that have served to preserve our freedom, stood watch over us at great cost, and deserve to be honored with the respect they have earned and deserve. In addition, you will be giving a gift of closure to the family that sacrificed their loved one for our freedom.
Please feel free to research and confirm my work.
Thanks in advance,
Tonja Anderson-Dell

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Tampa woman on mission to help uncover remains of missing military members

TAMPA, Fla. — A Tampa woman is making it her life’s mission to help uncover the remains of missing military members who she calls the “truly forgotten soldiers.” Tonja Anderson-Dell’s relentless drive to find our grandfather’s remains was rooted in a family mystery. “I was the grandchild who really wanted to find out what happened,” …

C-119 Fairchild Flying Boxcar Gamble Chalk 1

Status: Date: Friday 7 November 1952 Time: ca 02:30 Type: Fairchild C-119C-22-FA Flying Boxcar Operator: United States Air Force – USAF Registration: 51-2560 C/n / msn: 10518 First flight: Engines: 2 Pratt & Whitney R-4360-20WA Crew: Fatalities: 5 / Occupants: 5 Passengers: Fatalities: 14 / Occupants: 14 Total: Fatalities: 19 / Occupants: 19 Aircraft damage: Damaged …

Contact

Name: Tonja Anderson-Dell

Address: 2002 N. Lois Ave Ste 600, Tampa FL 33607

Number: 813-473-2395

Email Address: tonja@honoredbound.org