The new T.C. Freeman Gate (Welcome to Fort Campbell) sign near the entrance of Gate 4 on Fort Campbell, Ky., June 28, 2016. The new sign was just unveiled by U.S. Army retired Col. Bob Freeman (spouse of T.C. Freeman) and his family members, during the gate memorialization ceremony. Gate 4 was renamed in honor of Clarissa Ann Jackson “T.C.” Freeman who was a Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army for Central Kentucky and outstanding supporter of the Army and Fort Campbell for 30 years. Gate 4 will now be known as the T.C. Freeman Gate. “T.C.” passed away on May 19, 2016 at the age of 83. (U.S. Army Photo by Sam Shore/Released)
Authorities are looking for Pvt. Trevor Solomon, a soldier from Fort Campbell, Kentucky, who has been missing since last week, according to local TV station WKRN.
Solomon, who is assigned to the 63rd Chemical Company, 52nd Ordnance Group, has been listed as being absent without leave after not reporting to duty on June 22, said WKRN.
Officials told WKRN that authorities from Kentucky, Tennessee, and Solomon’s hometown in Oklahoma are working to find the soldier.
His mother, Rebecca Buck, told the TV station that her son had been stationed at Fort Campbell for six to eight months.
"He’s a good person. He has a good heart. He wears his heart on his sleeve like I do," Buck told WKRN, who last heard from him via text on June 15.
Anyone who has any information on Solomon’s whereabouts is asked to contact military police at Fort Campbell by calling (270) 798-0416.
"Please come home. Your brothers and your sisters miss you. Your little niece and nephew want to see you again. Come home. Go back to the base. Turn yourself in. I love you very much, son. I don’t care what it is. Just call me. Mama is always there, I promise," Buck said.