General Vang Pao
A general who served in the Royal Army Services of Laos, who was highly considered for his pride, his honor and his struggles lives no more. Yes we are here to announce the sad demise of General Vang Pao.
He was the one who has battled all his life for others. He was the one to lead hundreds and thousands of Hmong Guerrillas right into the CIA-operated army when the Vietnam War was in process. General Vang Pao lived to be eighty-one years of age.
General Vang Pao immigrated to the U.S. back in 1975, when the communists seized the power control in Laos. He was then selected as the one to lead the Hmong Refugees population that settled in Central Valley in California, Minneapolis and quite a few other cities throughout WI; Wisconsin.
As we were further updated by Michelle Von Tersch who happens to be a spokes person for the Clovis Com. Medical Centeron on General Vang Pao news; we got to know that he died on Thursday after he had spent almost ten days at a hospital.
His medical reports state that he suffered from nomunia.
His services and contributions widely spread from the period of World War II when he was a teenage; General Vang Pao actually fought against Japanese who made an attempt to take over Laos.
He later on joined the French in 1950s in a war against North Vietnamese. He has also served with the C.I.A.
He has proved to be a hero throughout the years he had lived.