Ronald j shurer ii death – Former Army Staff Sgt. Ronald Shurer II, who got the Medal of Honor in 2018 for conquering substantial gunfire to spare lives in Afghanistan, has kicked the bucket of malignant growth. He was 41.
Miranda Shurer said her better half passed on Thursday in Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, D.C. She said he was determined to have malignancy three years prior.
Ronald Shurer II got the country’s most noteworthy military respect from President Donald Trump in a proper White House function went to by 250 individuals.
“He was an astounding man. Clearly, he is known for being a stunning fighter,” Miranda Shurer said. “Similar attributes that made him an incredible partner in Special Forces additionally made him an extraordinary spouse and an extraordinary dad and an incredible companion. He was exceptionally adored.”
A local of Fairbanks, Alaska, Shurer was a senior clinical sergeant in the uncommon powers on April 6, 2008, when his group experienced automatic weapon and expert rifleman shoot and rocket-moved explosives from aggressors.
Surprisingly, portions of it were caught on record, demonstrating Shurer’s group of Green Berets and Afghan commandos falling off their helicopter.
“Sensed that we’re being shot at from each course,” Shurer disclosed to CBS News reporter David Martin in 2018.
Shurer balanced out one fighter, at that point battled his way in the midst of gunfire up a mountain to the lead individuals from the unit. There, he treated and balanced out four additional troopers. Shurer cleared them. He let the injured down the precarious mountainside while utilizing his body to shield them from adversary fire.
After he had stacked the injured in a departure helicopter, Shurer returned up the mountain to battle.
Medevacs conquered the firestorm, to empty the setbacks: four fundamentally injured Americans and two dead Afghan commandos.
“We got everyone. We got everyone out,” Shurer said.
At first dismissed by the military in view of an ailment, Shurer effectively enrolled a year after the psychological oppressor assaults of Sept. 11, 2001. He was elevated from sergeant to staff sergeant in late 2006 and presented with the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force in Afghanistan from late November 2007 to late May 2008. He was respectably released a year later.
Shurer then started a vocation with the Secret Service as a specialist appointed to a field office in Phoenix, Arizona, in September 2009. He was chosen for the Secret Service’s counter attack group and alloted to the Special Operations Division in June 2014.
“Today, we lost an American Hero: Husband, Father, Son, Medal of Honor Recipient – Special Agent Ronald J. Shurer II. From a thankful Nation and Agency – your memory and heritage will live on always,” the U.S. Mystery Service said in a tweet.
Miranda Shurer, refering to limitations from the coronavirus pandemic, said her significant other will be covered in Arlington National Cemetery close to the country’s capital sometime not too far off.