What is Going on … Pfc Jeneesa Lewis is 4th Military Woman in Less than 1Year to Go Missing (Lauterbach, Touma & Wimunc

 

What is going on? In less than one year, Pfc Jeneesa Lewis has become the Jeneesa Lewisfourth woman to go missing while serving in the United States military.  28 year old Pfc. Jeneesa Lewis went missing on Friday, July 18, 2008 and is considered in danger. It is become an all to often situation within this past year as Lewis has become the 4th women added to the sad list of women serving in our Armed Forces who has gone missing. Sadly, the first three were all found deceased. Lewis is considered in danger as her  husband, Clinton Lewis is believed to have something to do with her disappearance. For further details go to MissingExploited.

Lewis is the fourth young female service member to go missing in recent months.

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Maria Lauterbach

In January, the body of Marine Lance Cpl. Maria Lauterbach, of Vandalia, Ohio, was found in the backyard of a fellow Marine. Cpl. Cesar Laurean fled to Mexico but was captured in April and is now charged with Lauterbach’s murder. She was stationed at Camp Lejeune, N.C.

Megan Lynn Touma

Megan Touma

Last month, the decomposing body of Spc. Megan Touma, of Cold Spring, Ky., was found in a motel near Fort Bragg, N.C. No arrests have been made in that case.

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Holley Wimunc

Earlier this month, Army 2nd Lt. Holley Wimunc, of Dubuque, Iowa, was found dead three days after a suspicious fire was discovered at her Fayetteville, N.C., apartment. Her husband, Marine Cpl. John Wimunc, 23, was charged with murder, first-degree arson and conspiracy to commit arson in the death of his wife.



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    10 Responses to “What is Going on … Pfc Jeneesa Lewis is 4th Military Woman in Less than 1Year to Go Missing (Lauterbach, Touma & Wimunc”

    1. Scared Monkeys on July 19th, 2008 8:51 pm

      What a disturbing trend.

    2. Susan on July 20th, 2008 5:44 am

      My first thought when I heard another “female soldier” had gone missing was “not another from Fort Bragg” :-( Hopefully she left on her own accord and is safe :-)

    3. ldstlou on July 20th, 2008 9:13 am

      This is crazy!!! These women are serving our Country and protecting us, who is protecting them?
      I would hope if they were having domestic problems they have a place to turn to in our armed services and aren’t feeling forced into silence and trapped in abusive situations.

    4. MissKatie on July 20th, 2008 11:38 am

      ldstlou

      wise choice of words..why arent they more protected.. S.M it is definetely a very disturbing trend… I certainly hope they find the last girl . alive.. hope lingers…

    5. tuyvnsurvivor on July 20th, 2008 1:12 pm

      Resentment. Also, attitude of the military female…false bravado, is still bravado.

      Of course we see it is bo’s or husbands responsible in the end, though I do feel some of the above filters in — along with other intermengeling social issues combined.

      I certainly would not want a ‘whatever I was’ in the military for a wife. In my family, it is my wife*of 40 years), daughters, Mom and grand daughter who are treated special. They are not my equal. Mostly (laughing) they act like a granny, ladies (oh heaven forbid my arrogance), nuturing…they hold so much of what is civilized amoung us together, that is thier leadership. Each of the mentioned females of my family are or were atheletes and tops in achedemics. They are not less, they are more. By the way, for a ramdom note: I have never had a fuss or hard words with my Mother in my entire 63 years.

      I am a tiny insignificant character who has gone to a military post a time or two to pin the graduation award on trainees. Each time I watch a bit of the training and get to see how out of date my old abilities were…. Things are so high tech, times have sure changed in too many ways for me to exist there. But from the first old oritals that got written down we know some things of human want or compitition will not change.

      Guys graduating the training have asked me “can you go talk to the Post commander about getting these girls out of this school”. And futher comments of “they do not do a percentage of the training and then wear the same ensignia”. Always followed by more like, “it is not right that we have to be marched and barked at by a _____t for her equality”. I will tell them let us not get in trouble here keep your formation in order.

      Knowing the drill anyway, within a couple of hours I am up to the command post, go upstairs and speek to the General. His hands are tied of course. He agrees, I think I can see that, but he cannot hint a word of it. Nothing he can do. To me, in my world…he is gutless.

      From either prospective male or female, the female role is too quickly shifted out of our culturalization. The new value of women would not be where I would want my daughters. Taken on and given to devaluations…as in less value of the human life. Not good.

      Not many want to address the resentments and false bravado some of the women pick up. Can’t win at it; speeking of it looks bad. Only we old warriors that can be deamed too far out of date seem to try.

      No excuse for killing the gals off. That is silly just to be forced to make that upfront known conclussion. Get divorced from them, get them gone from eachothers lives.

      The military can make this much more easy to do. They can make the complications of finances in these undoings more palitable. Make the evidence discovered in military divorce proceedings totally off limits for military files.

    6. Susan on July 20th, 2008 1:54 pm

      #5 – Old man, you are completely wrong! Most females join the military to SERVE OUR COUNTRY PROUDLY, which by the way has absolutely nothing to do with RESENTMENT!! Some women join the military to get away from abusive spouses or boyfriends, or to pull themselves up out of poverty, or to take advantage of a college education, etc., but that has never made any FEMALE SOLDIER less than human. You have no right to bad mouth our active duty female troops or veterans.

      Please tell your whiny ass little pansies to “suck it up and march on”!!

    7. Scared Monkeys on July 20th, 2008 4:20 pm

      It appears that one of the main issue is one of domestic abuse that the military needs to look into.

    8. Susan on July 20th, 2008 4:48 pm

      SM – The Army does have programs to help active duty service members and their dependents deal with domestic violence, alcohol and substance abuse, etc. All the victim has to do is report it to the proper authorities. If PFC Lewis did not report the problems she was having with her sorry, no good for nothing, low life hubby, there’s nothing Army officials could do. She should have reported the abuse to her company commander and to the El Paso police (since she was living off post). Army Community Services (better known as ACS) provides counseling and helps place victims in a safe environment.

      Apparently PFC Lewis tried to escape from him by joining the Army to make a better life for herself and her children :-) Let’s hope and pray it isn’t too late!

    9. tuyvnsurvivor on July 20th, 2008 10:35 pm

      #6 Susan, it seems social change has affected your intellecual debate…only minorly like what I spoke of.

      I just know a little about the military, not like my vegetable garden, but some. Have kept up with it all these years. Not neccessarily because I needed to, but because I felt the connection. I know plenty who have recently retired. And one young man part way raised in our home, much because he thought I was kool, a patriot, and proud…he is a Lt Col currently.

      In the 80′s and 90′s many would be re enlistees were lost due to the dilution and resentment of women in the military. Men of the type units I was in hate like everything to share wearing unit memberships with them when women do less than half the training. Some like me hated to take even a trivial order from the weak of mind, weak of body, and cheats that either got training reduced for them or walked it. I think of our sort as being the cat of soldiers, which fight much harder than your trained dog, though difficult to herd.

      Every last soldier I have personally known who stayed a full 30 years does not talk to me more than 15 minutes before getting to the resentment of women anywhere near combat like units. That a enlisted mans biggest fear to his rank and pay is relations with women not only in charge, but decked out in a uniform; saying the wrong word, looking the wrong way. And for officiers rank, anything over major is most political, it is common speek that the biggest worry is dealing with/egg shell walking with — women in uniform.

      I stand on my first post above. None of this has direct effect upon the misfortunate deaths of these young women. The effect is more an overall social attitude. But have no doubt women are much resented in positions of commanding combat type men or where they share unit ensignia with combat men. That is a fact! The miltary has the strongest of keep your mouth shut about it approach. Lucky you, I brought you the truth.

      When I have seen a female wearing a uniform and my old unit ensignia, and I have seen one on TV pretty close to it, I do not like it. We were near world class atheletes and mighty danged mean and deadly. No woman went where we went, could not have carried what we carried, nor cover the ground we had to clear, and be brutal in an instant. Many of the things they could have done: the math, be brave enough, and loyal enough. Not the way I would want to treat women. Many warriors fight with a simi sexual thing, such as defending the good females of our home. Laugh if you will, I was certainly one of these type of fighters.

      We have not had a true soldier to soldier shooting war since this women around combat units stuff started. With all my being I can assure you that many a disaster from this experiment will occur if we do have a hard fought war. War is an odd thing…really odd. I do know that Susan.

      When you say I am “completely wrong”. I could not possibly be completely wrong no matter how certain you think yourself to be. Family or for fighting I have fair experience to judge my team, successfull at both. And business. Choose your goals wisely Susan; fit the goal, have a goal that is fit to have, to chance exceeding it.

    10. MissKatie on July 21st, 2008 3:07 pm

      I am sorry to hear that she was beaten and stabbed but glad to hear that she is alive..
      thank god for her life.. most all of these cases are related in the sense that the men in their lives were the perpetrators….
      I pray she pulls through and that he is held accountable and that she has a good life from this day forth.. god bless her and her children..

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