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Dugway searching for missing soldier

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posted on Jul, 2 2011 @ 10:41 PM
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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.
edit on 2-7-2011 by Whipfather because: (no reason given)




posted on Jul, 2 2011 @ 11:05 PM
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And I would not leave the iPod behind. Give you something to listen to on the long walk. And to even think about walking 64 miles to base? Me, I would have spent the night in the car and waited until they came for me so why did he leave the car and the stuff behind? He did not leave that car of his own free will. And from the the news story his cell phone call does not sound like it was all that clear. So much of this just does not add up.



posted on Jul, 2 2011 @ 11:20 PM
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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.


Take all of that, and then learn as much as you possibly can about Dugway, and what (publicly available) is known about what goes on there.

Biological and chemical weapons testing and research among other things, known and kept secret.

ANYONE with access to a "medical facility" at Dugway would be a very high value target.

Anyone who knows too much can also be a target by the base authorities and national security agencies.

Was the call he made by phone genuine, or was he forced to?

Do you really want to know how deep this rabbit hole can go?

Some things, some times, are best left alone.



posted on Jul, 3 2011 @ 10:21 AM
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There have been sooooo incredibly -many- suspiscious deaths connected to bioweapons research. All those microbiologists who died in crazy ways. As if their job has a higher mortality rate than policemen in bad neighborhoods. It's insane. And then the scientist who killed himself when the FBI went after him for being the anthrax mailer.



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