Search for missing soldier continues and tracking
The search for missing soldier Noah Pippin continues in the U.S. Pippin went missing in 2010. He was last seen in the Flathead Valley in Montana in 2010.
A search and rescue team looking for clues has found some decomposed material near where some boy scouts claimed to have found some of his clothing this summer, according to a story on KRTV.com.
I recently came back from a week-long outdoors skills training workshop with Sticks and Stones Wilderness School. One of the many topics we touched on was tracking. The skills of a man named Tom Brown Jr. were mentioned many times. During those talks our teachers said a dedicated tracker can tell you things about your health, stress level, carrying load and even if you have a full bladder based on your imprint in the soil or sand. I understand the concept but have trouble comprehending the practice and dedication it would take to get to that point. Go to Tom Brown Jr's website for an interesting read.
Wondering if they have had trackers looking for Pippin and at this point would it make a difference?