La. National Guard, Community honor fallen Soldier

The Louisiana National Guard honors fallen Soldier, Chief Warrant Officer 4 George David Strother during a deplaning ceremony at the LANG’s Army Aviation Support Facility #2 at Esler Air Field in Pineville, La., March 24, 2015. Strother was killed along with three other Guardsmen and seven Marines in a UH-60M Black Hawk crash in the Santa Rosa Sound, Navarre, Florida, March 10, 2015. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Spc. Joshua Barnett, LANG Public Affairs Office/RELEASED)
The Louisiana National Guard honors fallen Soldier, Chief Warrant Officer 4 George David Strother during a deplaning ceremony at the LANG’s Army Aviation Support Facility #2 at Esler Air Field in Pineville, La., March 24, 2015. Strother was killed along with three other Guardsmen and seven Marines in a UH-60M Black Hawk crash in the Santa Rosa Sound, Navarre, Florida, March 10, 2015. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Spc. Joshua Barnett, LANG Public Affairs Office/RELEASED)

NEW ORLEANS – The Louisiana National Guard, family, friends and the community of Central Louisiana, honored fallen Soldier Chief Warrant Officer 4 George David Strother from Pineville, during a deplaning ceremony at the LANG’s Army Aviation Support Facility #2 at Esler Air Field, March 24.

Strother and three other Louisiana Guardsmen from the 1st Assault Helicopter Battalion, 244th Aviation Regiment died in a training accident, March 10, along with seven Marines.

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