According to the U.S. military website on September 28, the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command announced that it would offer a reward of $25000 for clues about the whereabouts of soldiers who disappeared in Fort Bliss, Texas, in late July. Richard Halliday, a 21-year-old male soldier at Fort Bliss, was last seen leaving the barracks on July 23, officials at Fort Bliss announced last week. < / P > < p > according to the army criminal investigation command, although Khalid is missing, “there is no sign of murder or other suspicious circumstances.”. The army Criminal Investigation Command report also said that they searched Khalidi’s room and found no signs of murder or other suspicious. < / P > < p > local agents and law enforcement interviewed dozens of soldiers, as well as relatives and friends of Khalidi. They also participated in the search of more than 80 barracks and searched many houses in the local community with permission. Dozens of agents, together with the gendarmerie and emergency personnel from the Fort Bliss base, have launched a search operation around six square kilometers centered on Khalidi’s forces, covering sinkholes, drainage pipes, sewage systems, canals and railway systems. “We attach great importance to this issue and have used many other technical means to find halidi,” Chris gray, spokesman for the U.S. Army criminal investigation command, said in a statement. We will continue to investigate until we find out what happened to this soldier. ” “If anyone has any information, we ask you to provide it to us.” Since the beginning of this year, there have been a number of missing and dead soldiers in US army bases, which has aroused widespread concern in the United States. On 19 August, staff sergeant elder Fernandez, a 23-year-old expert in chemistry, biology, radiation and nuclear energy, disappeared from Fort Hood on 19 August, and his body was found about 25 kilometers from Fort Hood a few days later.