Posted May 18, 2015 by Vlogger-1 in Disaster

eight our our bodies recovered from U.S. helicopter crash web site; pilot acknowledged

Eight our bodies have been discovered on the web site the place a U.S. Marine Corps helicopter crashed whereas on a reduction mission in Nepal, the nation’s navy stated Saturday.

The wreckage of the Huey helicopter was present in a rugged space of Gorthali, with components scattered round at about 11,200 toes, in accordance with the Nepalese Army.
The helicopter was carrying six U.S. Marines and two Nepali service members when it went down; it was reported lacking Tuesday.
The reason behind the crash remained unknown, stated Col. John Armellino, chief of workers for the American Joint Task Force 505 working in Kathmandu.
A crew of about two dozen Nepali particular forces and 5 U.S. Air Force pararescuemen have arrived on the web site, Armellino stated.
An investigation into the crash might take weeks or months, he stated.
The our bodies had but to be faraway from crash web site as of Saturday afternoon, Nepali military spokesman Jagadish Chandra Pokharel stated.
The pilot has been recognized as 31-year-old Marine Capt. Chris Norgren of Wichita, Kansas, in accordance with his father, Ron Norgren, who spoke to reporters Friday.
“He loved to fly, and he went through rigorous training sessions at Camp Pendleton,” the daddy stated, referring to the Marine facility in Southern California.

“He was a very compassionate and caring person,” his mom, Terri Norgren, advised CNN’s Anderson Cooper. “He wanted to help people. That’s the whole reason he went over there. He told me ‘Mom, somebody’s got to do this. And this is what I’m supposed to be doing.'”
“He was doing things he loved,” Ron Norgren added. “He loved to help people and he loved to fly. And he was just incredible.”
Capt. Norgren performed soccer in highschool in Wichita and in school at Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, the place he graduated with a level in aerospace engineering and arithmetic, in accordance with his father. The 2007 yearbook listed him as freshman defensive lineman at 6-foot-Three and 230 kilos.
While at school, Norgren was an overachiever. “If he got a B or a C, he was upset,” his father stated.
After ending school and officer coaching college, Norgren spent a while teaching the soccer crew at his highschool, Bishop Carroll, in Wichita, in accordance with his household. “They’re still using some of the techniques he learned in officer training school over at Bishop Carroll,” his father stated.