The Puerto Rico Air National Guard (PRANG) identified nine airmen killed during the crash of a Puerto Rican Air National Guard WC-130H near Savannah, Georgia on Wednesday.
The following Airmen were killed:
Maj. José R. Roman Rosado, the pilot of the plane who had 18 years of service. Rosado was from Manati, Puerto Rico and he is survived by a wife and two sons.
Maj. Carlos Pérez Serra, a navigator with 23 years of service. Serra was from Canóvanas, Puerto Rico and is survived by his wife, two sons and a daughter.
1st Lt. David Albandoz, co-pilot with 16 years of service. Originally from Puerto Rico, Albandoz was recently living in Madison, Alabama. He is survived by his wife and daughter.
Senior Master Sgt. Jan Paravisini, a mechanic with 21 years of service. Paravisini was from Canóvanas, Puerto Rico and is survived by two daughters and a son.
Master Sgt. Jean Audriffred, 16 years of service. Audriffred was from Carolina, Puerto Rico and is survived by his wife and two sons.
Master Sgt. Mario Braña, a flight engineer with 17 years of service. Braña was from Bayamón, Puerto Rico and is survived by his mother and daughter.
Master Sgt. Victor Colón, with 22 years of service. Colón was from Santa Isabel, Puerto Rico and is survived by his wife and two daughters.
Master Sgt. Eric Circuns, a loadmaster with 31 years of service. Circuns was from Rio Grande, Puerto Rico. He is survived by his wife, two step-daughters and a son.
Senior Airman Roberto Espada, three years of service. Espada was from Salinas, Puerto Rico and is survived by his grandmother.
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