Alan Lee Morse is a U.S. Navy Veteran who was home on leave in Austell, Georgia when he disappeared in 1989. Alan Lee Morse was an Air Traffic Controller for the U. S. Navy stationed at Naval Air Station in Bermuda when he went home on approved leave (vacation time) to Cobb County, Georgia in October of 1989. At the end of his leave period, he told his mother that he would see her at Christmas and left to take a return flight to Bermuda. He told his mother that his father was taking him to the airport and he told father that his mother was taking him to the airport. That night, someone from the Naval Air Station in Bermuda had called Alan’s father looking for Morse since he did not return to the Naval Station in Bermuda.
With Alan Lee Morse telling both parents that the other was going to take him to the airport, it led to the assumption that he had gone Absent Without Leave (AWOL). Since there was not apparent evidence of foul play, early efforts to list Alan Morse as missing was met with reluctance. Alan’s disappearance and subsequent lack of contact with family is completely out of character for Alan in that he enjoyed an unusually close relationship with other family members. A missing person report was taken in 2007. The Navy has advised Alan’s family that they will not prosecute Alan for being AWOL.
Alan Lee Morse was 19 years old when he went missing on October 1, 1989. Alan stood at 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighed 155 pounds. Alan has brown hair and brown eyes.
If you have any information about Alan Lee Morse, contact the Cobb County Police Department at 770-499-3900 reference case #: 07-002771 . (NamUs MP #584)
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