Military Members And Vets Are Having Health Issues After Getting Their Covid Shots

Several military families are claiming to have been affected by these covid shots. They range from members in the earlier phases of their careers, to those retired. This article will focus on six of them, two of which are deaths.

Brooke is an active duty military member who almost lost her life and her leg after her Pfizer shot, according to her parents. Her mother Rachel Gronbach and father Greg Gronbach have both posted on social media in regards to their daughter’s experience, and it sounds pretty traumatic. Brookes experience with her Pfizer shot, has changed the course of her life.

Brooke had her shot in December then developed blood clots in her lungs. She underwent emergency surgery, and was placed in ICU. The vascular surgeon initially thought her leg would need amputated due to one of the clots that was 3” and because it had been stuck for several hours.

Brooke has undergone seven surgeries since January and has at least one or two more to go. She will be on blood thinners for the rest of her life. According to Brookes mother, Brooke’s military career is over. 2021 has been quite a setback for this once healthy 23 year old woman.



Brooke is not alone in regards to active duty military members having issues after their covid shots. Noah has been having issues for five months according to his mother Debbie Jones. His issues began four days after his shot. After many tests it was determined that he had a narrowing of his intestines.

Noah’s current health condition as of today, is unknown.

Tonia Boyer posted that her husband DJ Boyer, recently had a Johnson & Johnson shot. While deployed, DJ began having heart issues. He was placed in the medical section of his ship while waiting to get to a hospital.

According to Tonia, DJ couldn’t even stand up without his heart flatlining. The Navy is of course saying it is unrelated, however, Tonia is correct in questioning the sudden change in her husband’s health.

DJ’s current health status as of today, is unknown.

There have been several stories I have come across regarding military veterans. Christopher Shepherd is one of many examples. His wife Jennifer Shepherd started a gofundme fundraiser and claims that Chris can no longer work because his heart has been damaged since his covid shot.

The gofundme doesn’t provide a lot of details, but just enough to know there has been issues. Unfortunately they haven’t had a single donor and it is a pretty simple gofundme where she is just asking for help with rent.


Other veterans negatively affected are Tony Stewart Jr. who died after his second dose. Paramedics and 9 others could not revive him and he died on his living room floor in front of his family.

Kyle McFarland also passed away. It is uncertain if Kyle had one dose or two, but like Tony, he also passed away at home.

There are only a few stories in this post. Many stories continue to be suppressed, however we are at a point where we are hearing of them so frequently, that they (social media) can no longer silence everyone. This level of suppression and censorship is beginning to wake some of the deepest sleepers to the madness that surrounds us all across the globe. If you have a story to share, please contact me.

Our thoughts are with the many families struggling with new health issues and coping with unexpected loss. We are losing our front lines, and that is problematic.

17 thoughts on “Military Members And Vets Are Having Health Issues After Getting Their Covid Shots

  1. questionit21 says:

    How many are still going to be alive by the end of the Clinical trial since we know the corrupt main news media controlled by Big Pharma will keep the lid closed tightly on deaths from the Bioweapon inoculations.

    Was not for alternative Social Media these deaths and serious Adverse Reactions would not be known.

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