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Remembering Air Force Lt. Roslyn Schulte, of Ladue, Missouri, and others

Remembering Air Force Lt. Roslyn Schulte, of Ladue, Missouri, and others

She was buried on Memorial Day 2009, as we discussed in Remembering Lt. Roslyn Schulte – buried on Memorial Day 2009, which has many further details, videos and photos.

As described at Gateway Pundit, on May 26, 2009:

Lt. Roslyn Schulte was the first female Air Force Academy graduate to be killed in Iraq or Afghanistan. She died last week in Afghanistan after the vehicle she was riding in was struck by a roadside bomb.

Lt. Schulte could have attended an Ivy League school. Instead she chose the Air Force Academy. She dreamed of being a fighter pilot since she was 12. At the academy, she was among the top in her class.

Her funeral was yesterday at the Congregation Temple Israel in St. Louis. Her boyfriend U.S. Air Force Cpt. Bruce Cohn announced that he was going to propose to Roslyn this summer.

Roslyn Schulte

On this day we honor all the fallen, including three others remembered here before, Johnny “Mike” Spann, Cpl Jonathan Daniel Porto, and U.S. Army, Spc. Dennis Weichel.


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Thank you to every single people who has served, is serving and will serve in the future.

You are the true American heroes and the world, not just this country, owes you a debt of gratitude.
“…More than 800 female service members have been wounded in either Afghanistan or Iraq, and at least 139 have died from combat- and non-combat-related incidents. Of these, 110 died as a result of serving in Iraq, however the last thirteen have all died in Afghanistan…”
In the Vietnam war of 10 years only 9 women servicewomen died. I remember how shocking the news was when a military nurse died in Vietnam. Now it is not even publicized.
Are these deaths the desired result of “equality”? Do the feminista celebrate the equality that women are dying in this senseless war.
G-d help us. R.I.P all those warriors who gave their most!

LukeHandCool | May 27, 2013 at 12:15 pm

What a painful loss. May she rest in peace.

From Allen West:

“Before you head to the beach, or fire up the grill, take your children and grandchildren to a national cemetery. Let them know there were men and women who made it possible for them to have their summer fun.

And if you are anywhere near Marietta National Cemetery in Georgia, please, for me, go by the grave site of Army Corporal Herman West Sr and render a salute to my dad and tell him thanks.”

Driving my son and his friends back from lacrosse practice recently, we passed one of the houses I lived in as a young boy. One of my son’s friends lives on that same block. So did Bruce Kennedy. I took the opportunity to tell them about Bruce:

huskers-for-palin | May 27, 2013 at 3:09 pm

God Bless you Roslyn