Medal of Honor recipient who saved lives in Afghanistan, dead at 41 after cancer

Medal of Honor recipient who saved lives in Afghanistan, dead at 41 after cancer

Former Army Staff Sgt. Ronald J. Shurer II, who received the Medal of Honor from President Trump in 2018 for his actions under enemy fire in Afghanistan a decade earlier, has died. He was 41.

Jason
Jason
Jason
Jason 2 weeks

I submitted an edit to the title. Medal of Honor is not a prize. You dont "win" our countries greatest honor. He is a Medal of Honor recipient, and a hero. Rest in peace airborne.

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 2 weeks

He is on overwatch now. Respect sir. Rest well. You've earned it.

Darknimbus3
Darknimbus3 2 weeks

Ack! That’s a young age to die of cancer. RIP, good hero.

James
James 2 weeks

Rest in peace Good soldier God bless you and thank you for your service and commitment to this country way too young to depart this Earth but God obviously had another plan for another Angel to come in his arms God bless you and your familyHe throw his company loving arms around your family and protect them Thank you again Hero

Fin
Fin 2 weeks

Damn cancer... Rest in peace.. More than earned it.. Deepest condolences to his family n hey was this service connected from exposure to chemicals... Pay his family every dime for rest of their lives... Damn f ING cancer

Fatman in Paradise
Fatman in Paradise 2 weeks

Rest well good sir.🙏

Paul C
Paul C 2 weeks

RIP SSG Shurer. 🇺🇲

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