A former Army Ranger and police officer from Wisconsin who joined the war against Islamic State in Syria for several months earlier this year has been missing for the past week, according to his wife.
"He never talked about going back overseas, but he probably wouldn't have talked to me about it because he wanted to protect me," said Courtney Windorski of Gillett, who reported her husband, Bruce, missing last Sunday when he failed to return from what he told her would be an overnight with other veterans who suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Bruce Windorski, 40, was featured in a Sept. 5 Wall Street Journal article about American veterans who have voluntarily gone on their own to fight Islamic State...... Read more, at: www.jsonline.com/news/wisconsin/wisconsin-man-who-battled-islamic-state-in-syria-goes-missing-b99602790z1-336674251.html?ipad=y
Bruce Windorski, an Army veteran and former Menominee Tribal Police Officer, is one of several Americans who traveled to Syria earlier this year on his own to fight ISIS. He returned home several months ago, but now he's gone again, without a trace."If it is a voluntary thing, I just need him to reach out and tell me he's okay," said his wife Courtney Windorski. "And if it's not, then I need to know that I've explored every avenue to try and find him."
As the days get shorter and leaves continue to collect on the ground outside the Windorski's recently moved into home, inside, Courtney continues to wait and pray for word from her husband. That he would contact someone - anyone......read full story at link: fox11online.com/news/local/northwoods/gillett-man-army-veteran-who-battled-isis-in-syria-missing-wife-asking-for-help