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Moody Airman injured in Afghanistan back in U.S.

February 26, 2007

Valdosta  --   Twenty-two-year-old Daniel Houghton was transferred to Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC. He'd been recovering at a hospital in Germany since his Chinook Helicopter crashed in Afghanistan September 18th.

His family from North Carolina was able to see him for the first time Sunday night and say he still remains in serious condition with multiple injuries.

Houghton is a pararescuer with the 38th Rescue Squadron stationed at Moody Air Force Base. Eight troops were killed in that same crash.

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