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Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin company, presented a check for more than $28,000 to Patient AirLift Services on Dec. 13, for the organization’s PALS for Patriots program.
In the photo above from left: Dana Fiatarone, Sikorsky vice president of commercial systems and services; Eileen Minogue, PALS executive director; and Marine Staff Sgt. David Crouse, a Connecticut wounded warrior who lost his left hand and left eye when a bomb he was trying to dismantle detonated on him during a humanitarian mission in Cambodia.
Sikorsky is proud to partner with Patient AirLift Services, a nonprofit organization that donates flights to medical patients and military families.
The PALS for Patriots program serves military servicemen and women who have suffered serious, service-connected injuries, by transporting them to specialized military medical centers and to morale- boosting events.