While the lost crew of PHI Air Medic 12 was always there in life-or-death situations, it was also involved in less dramatic endeavors designed to make the community safer and better.
The team regularly volunteered for several community service assignments. Some of those include taking part in public service messages, hosting student field trips at their headquarters, and participating in demonstrations about the dangers of drunk driving.
"These are the people who were proud to serve," said Duane Sherrill, PHI Texas Program Director. "They were there to help our community in times of need, to call Bryan-College Station their home."
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