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Joseph Bushling: Car found, search continue for missing soldier

Please search for Joseph Bushling to read all the stories about him.

Update:  5/28/13 –  34 walking miles southwest of Dugway  the car that Joseph had borrowed from a friend. Next they found his hat, but nothing else until this weekend when some bone fragments were discovered.

 Kurt Hadfield from Great Basin Search Team  told ABC4, “We did find some clothes articles and there were some bones that were found that were turned over to Tooele County.”

 It will be a while before we hear if those bone fragments are human, let alone Joseph’s.

Previous story:  The car that missing soldier, Joseph Bushling was driving has been found about 64 miles from the main gate of the military base, Dugway Proving Ground.

Here is an interesting fact, the base is larger than the state of Rhode Island.

Now that they have the car, search teams will have a better chance of finding him.

Joseph called a friend and said his car had run out of gas and although everyone has been looking for his since, that haven’t been able to find him.

Let’s cross our fingers that since they now have a beginning point, that Joseph will be found safe. He is a soldier, so he has been trained in survival. Hope to hear that you are found today, Joseph. Read more at link:
Joseph Bushling: Car found, search continue for missing soldier – National missing persons |

2 thoughts on “Joseph Bushling: Car found, search continue for missing soldier

  1. Dugway Utah is not going to allow search parties on the base any where near where his car was found because there is way too many un exploided munitions out there. Some of those munitions contain biologicals, and can you image what would happen if someone accidentilly triped over one and it blew up. I feel for the family of Joseph and it is not fair the Army listing him as AWOL or Desterter, this boy is missing, and there is a time line to prove that fact. I hope they find him soon but if he is in the test zone it maybe a long time till someone really finds him.

  2. Thanks for the very interesting post. I think it explains a lot. I wish that they had not listed him that way also, it is hard on the family and I hope that they don't forget to continue to search for him.

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