U.S. soldier shot in Bill Cinton’s Kosovo war – anyone care? Anyone recall?


Let’s s see. Which President started this War? Clinton? Yes, we are still there.

A Kiel, Wis. native who was serving in the Army in Kosovo has died.

Scott Ruh tells WLUK-TV his 33-year-old daughter, Sgt. Heidi L. Ruh, died Friday. The military told the family she was fatally shot while on base, according to fox11online.

 Just what are we doing for the so-called “world Peace? We have 120 military installations world-wide with hundreds of thousands of troops in an attempt to keep the world at relative peace.Yet we are more disrespected and hated than at any time that I can recall.

Now Obama is more than happy to move us on to Africa. Back in 2012 I posted  3000 U.S. soldiers on their way to Africa Bunkerville   Now we are on to rescuing a couple of hundred school kids.

 Obama’s secret war under the U.N. Of course it always starts out with “advisors” now doesn’t it.

Members of the public haven’t heard of PSD-10, but they may have heard of a decision Obama made on October 14, 2011, when he informed Congress that he had authorized “a small number of combat equipped U.S. forces to deploy to central Africa to provide assistance to regional forces that are working toward the removal of Joseph Kony from the battlefield.”

Army Times: A brigade of 3,000 US soldiers will be deployed to Africa to battle terrorism and hunger or whatever. I think this about sums it up.

“As far as our mission goes, it’s uncharted territory,” Hogg said from his headquarters in Vicenza, Italy

Though U.S. soldiers have operated in Africa for decades, including more than 1,200 soldiers currently stationed at Camp Lemonnier, Djibouti, the region in many ways remains the Army’s last frontier. 

Roughly 3,000 soldiers — and likely more — are expected to serve tours across the continent in 2013, training foreign militaries and aiding locals.

As part of a “regionally aligned force concept,” soldiers will live and work among Africans in safe communities approved by the U.S. government, said Maj. Gen. David R. Hogg, head of U.S. Army Africa.

Not enough of what we are doing for the world?

 From Reaganite Republican‘s post “US Taxpayer-Funded Foreign Aid Received by 150/192 Countries in the World!”

 That’s us dishing-out an allowance to 
over 78% of the nations in existence…

 The interactive foreign aid map linked tells all… click on a country and all the relevant numbers come up. You can view each aid program individually, and there’s also useful “freedom”, “corruption” and “development” filters…

Now the gift of our most precious treasure. The life and blood of an American. The government refuses to talk about it,

Via Stars and Stripes

A Kiel, Wis. native who was serving in the Army in Kosovo has died.

Scott Ruh tells WLUK-TV his 33-year-old daughter, Sgt. Heidi L. Ruh, died Friday. The military told the family she was fatally shot while on base, according to fox11online.

Ruh says officers came to his town of Newton home Friday afternoon with the news.

Joe Garvey, a spokesman with U.S. Army Europe, said her cause of death and circumstances are still under investigation.

The Associated Press reported Ruh’s body was found by a civilian at a running track at Camp Bondsteel in Kosovo, according to the Kosovo Force’s Multinational Battle Group-East.

Scott Ruh said his daughter had been in the Army for 11 years and was based out of Fort Hood, Texas. She worked in a medical unit, repairing surgical machines and volunteered to go to Kosovo in February.

The family plans a public memorial service once her body returns to the area.

Besides her parents, Ruh is also survived by two sons, ages 8 and 11.

3 Responses to “U.S. soldier shot in Bill Cinton’s Kosovo war – anyone care? Anyone recall?”

  1. Brittius Says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius.com.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Thanks.

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      • Brittius Says:

        You’re welcome.

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