An RAF Lakenheath picture shows Staff Seargent Afton Ponce, who was one of the four air crew members who died in a military helicopter crash in Norfolk, stepping away from a HH-60G Pave Hawk in November last year.
Seargent Ponce, who was a special mission aviator for the 56th Rescue Squadron, was killed alongside three other colleagues who were based at RAF Lakenheath when the HH-60G Pave Hawk they were flying on a training exercise came down on marshland in Cley, north Norfolk, on Tuesday evening.
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