|"That which has been lost to time, shall be no longer."|
Since the late 1980's, dozens of historic airplanes have been recovered by A&T Recovery, with the help of Crowley's Yacht Yard, for the National Museum of Naval Aviation in order that they may be displayed and presented to the American public. One of these airplanes can be found at O'Hare Airport, where a F4F-3 Wildcat fighter is displayed in honor of "Butch" O'Hare.
In the process of locating the airplanes, A&T Recovery located the early Holocene Forest and significant shipwrecks to include: the Wells Burt, the Wings of the Wind, the Rotarian, and the former German World War I U-boat UC-97. Many of the shipwrecks have been studied and charted so the knowledge of the history they represent will be preserved.
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Recovery, Chicago-based firm, has already recovered 31 World War II planes
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