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Originally posted by Whipfather
So to recap, we have:
- A soldier was out camping on the military range, west of Granite Mountain, about 2 months ago
- Name was Joseph Bushling, worked at the medical facility
- He ran out of gas in his Mitsubishi Lancer
- He called his superiors to report the incident (and his lack of shoes)
- According to the phone call, he was walking towards the base
- The vehicle was found 64 miles South West of the main gate
- Both his iPod and his GPS were found in the car
- His flip flops were found close to the vehicle
- As was a (recently?) burnt tree
- The Army is not allowing his friends and family to search for him
- The Army is treating his disappearance as desertion
- No further details about his disappearance have been released
Did I get everything, or did I miss some things?
If I planned on walking from a disabled vehicle back to my military base, I would most certainly not leave my GPS device behind. That strikes me as especially odd.