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2 New York City Firefighters Killed in Iraq Helicopter Crash [The New York Times]

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PDF Officials said that four crew members were from the New York unit. The others onboard included a combat rescue officer, and active and reserve airmen, whose job is to find and recover downed aircrews and evacuate the wounded. As the hours passed on Friday, the names and backgrounds of the two victims came into focus. One, Christopher J. Raguso, 39, was appointed as a firefighter in 2005, and worked for many years in Ladder Company 113 in Flatbush, Brooklyn, before being promoted to lieutenant in 2016, and going to work in Queens. Decorated six times for bravery and saving lives, he was a volunteer firefighter on Long Island, where he lived with his wife, Carmella, and two young daughters. It was in a Facebook post by the volunteer fire department in Commack, N.Y., that Lieutenant Raguso’s life began to emerge publicly. He died “while protecting our freedom,” the post said. It featured two photos of him: one in the dress blues of his municipal uniform and another in an airma [Read more]

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