NY Air National Guardsmen leap into Atlantic to save lives

Members of the New York Air National Guard’s 106th Rescue Wing who worked together to save two badly burned sailors on board the 625-foot long bulk cargo carrier Tamar pose for a picture in front of their HC-130 search and rescue aircraft at Lajes Field in the Azores on April 28, 2017. They are: Back row from left : Master Sgt Keith Weckerle, Staff Sgt Michael Cruz, Maj. Martin Viera, Capt William Hall, Maj. Jeffrey Cannet, Tech. Sgt Gregory Fieberg, Lt Col. Christopher Adam, Maj. Kevin Lawhon, Tech Sgt. Jamie Bustamante, Sr. Airman William McCauley, Senior Master Sgt Erik Blom, Maj. Sean Boughal, and Master Sgt Samuel Prescott. Front row from left : Sr. Airman Hopeton Gordon, Tech Sgt. Joseph Piccoli, Master Sgt. Jed Smith, Sr. Airman Michael Hartman, Tech Sgt Jordan St. Clair, and Staff Sgt. Bryan Dalere. (Courtesy Photo)

PHOTO BY: Capt. Michael O'Hagan
VIRIN: 170428-Z-F3857-1001.JPG
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