The Home Office and Ministry of Defence have confirmed the military are to help support the recovery operation at Didcot Power Station.
It's now 15 weeks since the power station collapsed.
The news comes as the family of a man who's body is buried beneath the rubble are asking the Government to step in.
Ken Cresswell was working at the plant in Oxfordshire when it collapsed in February. His wife and three daughters say they're living through hell.
The bodies of two other workers are also underneath the twisted metal structure, which has been declared unsafe.
Katie Oscroft reports.
The family of a man whose body has been trapped for 15 weeks beneath what remains of Didcot power station are calling for the Government to step in.
Ken Cresswell was working at the plant in Oxfordshire when it collapsed in February.
Two other men are also yet to be recovered. Mr Cresswell's wife and three daughters say they're living through hell.
Recovery teams have spent the day at Didcot Power Station carrying out work to find three men who are still missing, after part of a building that was being prepared for demolition collapsed.
Work began today after days of preparatory work to make the area safe. Heavy lifting equipment has been brought in to clear the area. One man was confirmed dead soon after the building collapsed nearly a month ago. Richard Slee has our report.
Work to find three demolition workers who went missing during work at Didcot Power Station in Oxfordshire has resumed this morning. The move follows days of preparatory work to make the site safe for recovery teams.
Mark Coleman, managing director of the specialist demolition firm Coleman and Company, also said it had been a job well done. He then thanked all the locals and hoped everyone enjoyed it.
Alan Robinson, Chief Commercial Officer at RWE, describes the demolition of Didcot A as a 'success'.
ITV Meridian has been out and about throughout the night speaking to you about your thoughts on the demolition of the iconic landmark, that was the power station at Didcot A. Here are a few snapshots of what you've told us.
In mourning over Didcot A's cooling towers. The ugly construction obsession continues.
Local residents from Didcot have been posting there perspective on the power station demolition to YouTube and other social media sites. This view from Danielle Perry's page.
The big bang came at 5 am this morning when more than 40 years of Oxfordshire history came crashing down in a cloud of smoke. This shot by the ITV Meridian crew covering the event.