The Ohio Army National Guard is asking for the general public’s assist in finding 26-year-old Spc. Michaela Nelson after she didn’t report back to her unit last month. 

Nelson enlisted in September 2020 and had simply accomplished Advanced Individual Training in Fort Jackson, South Carolina, however didn’t examine in together with her unit for the ultimate part of her Recruit Sustainment Program last month in Dayton, Ohio. 

Ohio Army National Guard Spc. Michaela Nelson went missing last month after she failed to report back to her unit for drills. 

Ohio Army National Guard Spc. Michaela Nelson went lacking last month after she failed to report back to her unit for drills. 
(Ohio Army National Guard)

Her father, Lance Nelson, advised Dayton’s WDTN-TV that he last heard from his daughter in late October and the last particular person to see her was a buddy who picked her up from the airport on Oct. 1. 

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“I received my last text from her on October 24th, and her grandmother received the last text from her on October 26th,” Nelson advised the native news outlet. “She’s amazing, she makes friends all the time.”

Nelson was a four-year letter winner at Xenia Christian High School in southwestern Ohio and ran track at Cedarville University. 

“Our hope is she’s found safe,” a spokesperson for the Ohio National Guard advised Fox News. 

Nelson’s household has filed a lacking individuals report with the Columbus Police Department. Anyone with details about her disappearance can contact CPD at 614-645-4545.