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Download full resolution image New York Army Aviator Flies His Final Mission

New York Army Aviator Flies His Final Mission

RONKONOMA--Chief Warrant Officer Herbert Dargue, an Army pilot since 1967, gets doused with Champaign after completing his last mission with the New York Army National Guard on March 26, 2010. Dargue, who has more than 21,000 hours flight time in military and civilian helicopters, will be honored by his unit. Dargue is an expert at flying in New York City's congested airspace.

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