Wisconsin Shooter Identified As Army Vet Wade Michael Page
The gunman who killed six people at a Wisconsin Sikh temple and was himself shot and killed is identified as Wade Michael Page, who “served in the Army from April 1992 through October 1998. He was separated from the Army with a less than honorable discharge and had been demoted from sergeant to specialist during his service.
“While in the Army Wade served as a sergeant, and later as a specialist based in Ft. Bliss in Texas and at Ft. Bragg in North Carolina. Wade’s job was as a Hawk missile system repairman, and he then became a psychological operations specialist, defense official confirmed to ABC news.”