Army National Guard Sergeant Gerald Santos of Davenport, IA takes some time with his daughter before the start of Veterans Day ceremonies at the Paralyzed Veterans of America headquarters in Washington, D.C.  Sergeant Santos, 36, was on his way to 15 days of rest and recuperation when the Chinook helicopter in which he was flying was downed by hostile fire last November. The crash killed 17 soldiers.   Mike Lynaugh

November 11, 2004 - Army National Guard Sergeant Gerald Santos of Davenport, IA takes some time with his daughter before the start of Veterans Day ceremonies at the Paralyzed Veterans of America headquarters in Washington, D.C. Sergeant Santos, 36, was on his way to 15 days of rest and recuperation when the Chinook helicopter in which he was flying was downed by hostile fire last November. The crash killed 17 soldiers.

Mike Lynaugh