It’s been 8 years since the Little Chute, Wisconsin community had to say goodbye to “Nickolas Mueller”, a soldier who died while serving in Afghanistan. His mother, Sharon finds talking about him with family and friends helps to keep his memory alive but 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment decided to honor Nikolas’ in a way words couldn’t. The 160th flew their Chinook helicopter over Sharon’s home as hundreds gathered to watch and honor the man who gave their community a sense of pride.
Special flyover to honor fallen soldier from Little Chute
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