A search party headed into the Bob Marshall Wilderness on Wednesday to look for Noah Pippin, a 30-year-old Marine who disappeared in September 2010 while hiking in Montana. Pippin was a veteran of three tours of duty in Iraq and was slated to redeploy with the National Guard when he went missing. He was last seen along the remote Chinese Wall. The newly-organized search effort will include the Lewis and Clark Country sheriff, three deputies, a behavioral specialist, and an outdoorsman, and is due to last for a week.
Via Associated Press
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