Final respects paid to pararescuemen Staff Sergeant Carl Enis

Staff Sgt. Brandon Forshaw, pararescueman, 308th Rescue Squadron, along with other colleagues, friends and loved ones, paid final respects to fallen pararescueman Staff Sgt. Carl Enis at Arlington National Cemetery May 21, 2018. In a time-honored tradition, members of the elite Guardian Angel triad of pararescue, press their pararescue flash taken from their maroon berets, into the lid of the casket to honor their fallen teammate. Enis was providing combat rescue support for Inherent Resolve, when he, along with six other Airmen, was killed in an HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter crash in Anbar Province, Iraq, March 15, 2018. The Guardian Angel triad consists of pararescuemen, combat rescue officers and SERE or survival specialists who are expert swimmers, SCUBA divers, mountain climbers, parachutists, marksmen and trauma medics who are uniquely capable of performing rescues anywhere in the world. The 308th Rescue Squadron is part of the 920th Rescue Wing at Patrick Air Force Base, located in Cocoa Beach, Florida. (Courtesy photo)

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