Posted: Aug 23, 2012 9:23 AM by Katy Harris - KAJ News
KALISPELL - The second search for missing soldier Noah Pippin started Wednesday morning in the Bob Marshall Wilderness, where he was seen alive back in September 2010.
The search started around 11 a.m., with a total of 18 people broken up into groups. All the teams entered the Bob Marshall Wilderness at the Bench Mark Trailhead near Augusta.
The U.S. Forest Service didn't allow airplanes to fly over the area, as fire crews continue to battle fires in the area.
Pippin's parents plan to post flyers of their son around Lincoln and talk with residents there.
They'll travel to Kalispell on Thursday and talk with reporter Katy Harris about the search for their son.