Fives and Twenty-Fives - The Hero of the Profane Two-Four — A Gentleman Stands Summary & Analysis

Michael Pitre
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This next section is a report of the investigation into the loss of the Profane Two-Four. Zahn, Dodge and Pleasant were all interviewed about the situation; Gomez was reported as a casualty; and Donovan recommended for a Bronze Star. The helicopter shot down over Ramadi was assigned the call sign Profane 24. Both men on the helicopter were killed. Donovan’s platoon had gone into the city to get the pilots.

In the interview with Zahn, Zahn told the investigator that Donovan had told him to secure a place for a helicopter to land. He, Lester, Donovan, Dodge and Gomez had all gotten on the helicopter. Dodge tells them that he was taken to talk to the family where the helicopter crashed. After that he was given a gun which he did shoot. Pleasant, meanwhile, told the...

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