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U.S Marshals escort Capt. Robby Williams, III back to Shaw AFB

U.S Marshals escort Capt. Robby Williams, III back to Shaw AFB
U.S Marshals escort Capt. Robby Williams, III back to Shaw AFB
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Air Force Capt. Robby Williams II, missing from Shaw AFB since Dec. 18, 2013, was found in Dothan, Alabama, Jan. 29. Today he was escorted back to South Carolina by U.S. marshals.

The reason for his disappearance remains a mystery, but it’s highly likely there was criminal activity involved. The Air Force Special Investigation unit was involved in the search.

Warriors who go missing typically show up without much cost or resource expenditure from the military. The Air Force actively worked this case while Williams actively eluded their efforts.

Dothan law-enforcement indicated that Williams had been incarcerated in the city’s facility from Dec. 29 through Dec. 31. No reason was given for his arrest; although presumably it was in connection with his disappearance.

Fort Rucker Army Base is near Dothan.

Capt. Williams is a member of the U.S. Air Forces Central Command’s Directorate of Communications. The command handles operations for more than 20 nations throughout the Middle East and Central Asia.

Shaw AFB is headquarters for this command.

At this time the military has not mentioned any breach of information regarding Capt. Williams disappearance. He has been stationed at Shaw since November 2012.

The National Military Examiner publishes military and military-related content from around the world that often misses mainstream media, including all troop losses.

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