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American Hero’s Remains are Home: Pilot Defended Trapped Troops in Iraq

Rest in peace, Major Troy Gilbert: Although they were low on fuel, Gilbert, whose call sign was “Trojan,” and his wingman headed toward the fight. Flying in at low altitude, Gilbert used his Gatling gun to strafe the enemy forces, destroying one of their trucks and forcing others to flee. On his second low-altitude pass, […]
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