(Video) Baby born in an evacuation aircraft from Afghanistan to U.S named after aircraft; Reach
Baby born in an evacuation aircraft named Reach after safe delivery.
A baby was born in an evecuation aircraft from Afghanistan to U.S and has been named after the aircraft’s call sign, Reach.
The parents of the baby girl onboard on a U.S C-17 during the evacuation welcomed her and named her after the aircraft.
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Gen. Tod Wolters who is the commander of U.S, European command expressed his joy seeing the child being born in the aircraft.
“And as you can well imagine, beinan Air Force fighter pilot, its my dream to watch that youn child called Reach grow up and be a U.s citizen and fly United States Air Force fighters in our Air Force’ he told ABC news.