Army Vet With PTSD That Traveled To Syria To Fight ISIS Now Missing In Wisconsin
Bruce Windorski is an Army veteran and Menominee Tribal Police Officer in Wisconsin. He was one of several Americans that traveled to Syria to join the fight against ISIS.
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He has been back in the U.S. for the past few months and has not been heard from since he told his wife he was heading to Wisconsin Rapids for a retreat.
Windorski also suffers from PTSD, stemming from a 2009 helicopter crash that killed his brother, and it is believed that he stopped taking his medication.
A search is now out for his gray 2003 Dodge Durango truck with Menominee Nation plate A9658. If you have any information please contact local authorities.
From Fox News:
An Army veteran who had gone overseas on his own to fight against ISIS is now missing in Wisconsin.
A desperate search is underway to locate Bruce Windorski, who is also a Menominee Tribal Police Officer.
Windorski is one of several Americans who went on their own to Syria earlier this year to join the fight against the Islamic State terror army.
Please keep Windorski in your prayers. Do you think this has something to do with his battle with PTSD or is there another explanation? Let us know in the comments below.