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Co-Pilot of Crashed Helicopter in Iraq Laid to Rest

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Co-Pilot of Crashed Helicopter in Iraq Laid to Rest

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Co-Pilot of Crashed Helicopter in Iraq Laid to Rest

Co-Pilot of Crashed Helicopter in Iraq Laid to Rest

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Chief Warrant Officer Paul Flynn was helping pilot the Black Hawk helicopter that crashed in Iraq last week, killing all 14 aboard. The North Carolina native had been in the Army for 10 years and was on his first deployment to Iraq. His funeral is Friday in his hometown of Gibsonville.

Jessica Jones of North Carolina Public Radio reports.

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