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Air force master Sergeant saves choking baby during the flight to the awards ceremony

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This is a technical sergeant, and has definitely earned the title of hero.

As a member of the United States Air Force is to be commended for saving the life of a choking baby during the flight back to the United States of america. Incredibly, he was on a trip back in time to attend an event that would lead him to his award for his heroic actions.

Technical Sergeant Kenneth O’brien, was hailed by the Air Force Special Operations Command, is on Facebook to how to save a choking baby at the beginning of the end of September. According to the post, O’brien had to travel back to the United States from Okinawa in order to be recognized as one of the Air Force’s 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year.

The Facebook post described O’brien’s actions, saying: “On his flight back to the states from Okinawa last weekend at the AFA Convention to be recognized as a child begins to choke and stop breathing. The guy FOLLOWS, jumps into action, clearing the breathing passage and resuscitates the child, and will give them back to their parents, and then went on about his business.”

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The item is also described in O’brien’s tremendous career has led to him receiving the title. This will include pulling a person out of a burning car, in Korea,” and to save “the Thai Navy’s SEAL at the Thai-cave rescue.”

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O’brien was also credited as being “the most far-American in the cave during the rescue operation.

He has also served on the President, He’s the security detail during the summit, North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un.

On the basis of its having a tendency to be involved in funny situations, and the AFSOC say, “I can’t decide whether or not he is a Superman game (the guy from the insurance commercials).”

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The post ofce has concluded, “Sheesh! I don’t know if I want to be right next to him, and in the case that some of the bad things, or that I want to be as far away from him as possible, because the bad stuff always seems to go to him.”

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