Patrick F. Carnes, a World War II Veteran, has been missing since April 13, 2011. Patrick F. Carnes was travelling with his dog, a 100 pound mixed breed named Lucky on the last leg of a 2200 mile road trip. Patrick and his dog Lucky always took trips together, so this trip was nothing out of the ordinary. Patrick was 86 years old (in 2011) when his dark green Subaru was found parked in the brush along the side of the road at Exit 205 in Pumpernickel Valley, Nevada.
Watch the 8 minute 25 second video below for a very detailed story about the disappearance of Patrick F. Carnes.
Mr. Carnes served as an Aviation Radioman in the Navy Air Corps from 1942-1946, participating in campaigns at Guadalcanal in The Battle for Solomon Islands, and the Landings and Action Battle on Bougainville Island, for which he received two citations. Patrick was assigned to CASU 10, a Carrier Aircraft Service Unit, under Pappy Boyington-Squadron Commander. After his Honorable Discharge in 1946, Carnes subsequently was recalled in 1947 and served as an Aviation Electronics Technician, until his second honorable discharge in May of 1950.
Patrick F. Carnes is 6 feet tall, 180 pounds. Patrick is balding with gray hair on the sides of his head.
Website for Patrick F. Carnes: www.patcarnesmissing.com
Facebook page for Patrick F. Carnes: https://www.facebook.com/Patrick.Carnes.Missing
Anyone with any information about the whereabouts of Patrick F. Carnes is urged to contact the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office at 775-623-6429 and ask for Undersheriff Curtiss Kull.