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Bill Beigel - WWII Casualty Researcher

Bill Beigel - WWII Casualty Researcher

World War 2 Researcher Bill Beigel of Torrance, California, is the official researcher for the Kwajalein MIA Project. Bill’s role on the Kwajalein MIA Project team is to research military records, such as Navy deck logs, to help identify wrecks, locations, crew members, and rescue personnel involved in missions where American servicemen were lost and not recovered. Since 1999, Bill has researched more than two thousand servicemen and women killed or wounded and taken prisoner in active duty in U.S. military service, along with WW2 veterans who served and returned home. His clients are veterans’ family members, communities, schools and universities, and others, from all over the world. Bill holds a B.A. in History and an M.A. in Geography, both from UCLA. Bill has been involved with other MIA efforts, confirming identities of downed crew members for ongoing recovery efforts for about 77,000 Americans still missing or unrecovered. For more information or to search Bill’s WW2 Casualties Database, please visit WW2Research.com.