Presentation #523.04 in the session Observing and Modeling NEO Properties (iPosters).
NEOWISE has been scanning the sky and obtaining thermal infrared observations of asteroids and comets during its Reactivation mission since Dec 2013, after completing its primary mission from Jan 2010 to Feb 2011. In addition to the initial search for moving objects in the data as they are obtained, the mission also archives the full-frame images to support later recovery efforts for objects of interest. Here we describe an effort to recover additional observations of near-Earth objects that are being targeted for polarimetric study. The multi-epoch NEOWISE data were used to determine physical properties of these NEOs through both thermal and thermophysical modeling, in order to compare these values with the properties derived from the polarimetric phase curves. We present here our initial results of this project.