Army medic honored for treating soldiers while under enemy fire

In 2008, Staff Sgt. Ronald Shurer faced down the enemy for more than six hours as he helped get others to safety in Afghanistan.

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13 thoughts on “Army medic honored for treating soldiers while under enemy fire

  1. THANK YOU MR SHUR, FOR YOUR COURAGEOUS SERVICE!!! MAY ALL AMERICANS HAVE YOUR COURAGE DURING DIFFICULT TIMES!!! & MAY ALL AMERICANS SHOW THE HEART& SOUL YOU DID TO SERVE OTHERS IN VERY DANGEROUS SITUATIONS!!! GOD BLESS YOU & YOUR FAMILY!!!

  2. Im not gonna ignore what this man did. It was very brave. However…..isnt that his job? He is a medic….its his job to treat wounded on the battlefield. And at times while under fire. So many medics did this in WW2, Vietnam and Korea and no medals were given. Not saying he isnt brave or necessarily undeserving. Just making a point.

  3. We at the Intergalactic Federation of Grey Aliens Salute Ronald and all the Men and Women who served. Peace Love and Unity to All Mankind!πŸ‘½πŸ‘½βœŒπŸ’–πŸ’.

  4. Ronald. Thank you, thank you.
    If not for brave men and women like you, our country would be far different.
    God bless you, and your family.
    πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

  5. These stories happen daily. And many of people in the thousands have done this but died while doing so yet I see no set aside day besides veterans and memorial day for these heroes. There should be a day for those who underwent heroic duty over and beyond the call of duty

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