The foundation Aircraft Recovery Group 1940-1945 is a voluntary operated foundation and since decades investigating all  matters concerning the airwar over Holland during the second worldwar.    By inverstigating archives, talking to eye-witnesses and survivors of airplanecraches we try to reconstruct all activities that  happened in the sky over Holland at that period. Particularly the personal aspects are the key-issue.    After the “paper”search in the archives we will try to determine the exact location of the lost plane, whatever nationality it’s  concernes. In case of the possible presence of missing persons, bombs or live ammo, the foundation will do it’s utmost efforts to  secure that the crew will have a proper re-burial and all ammunition will be disposed off. Provided that the remains contains no  persons or ammunition, the foundation will commence salvage the remains of the plane. The results of the salvages is to be  displayed at the airwarmuseum at “fort Veldhuis”.    The foundation is member of the Dutch federation for airtransport archology (N.F.L.A.). This organisation is acting as mediator  with the Dutch governement and is also the contactpoint for requests concerning information from national and international  persons and organisations. All members of this organisation are not even with the viewpoint of the Dutch governement  who are  not acting active in this matter and have the contention that a plane conceiling lost persons are to be considered as a fieldgrave.  The Foundation