Tyndall F-22 family proves resilient after Hurricane Michael, father’s plane crash

U.S. Air Force Maj. Jeremy Boudreaux, 83rd Fighter Weapons School Squadron F-22 program manager, and his wife Jessie were high school classmates and married in 2015. After Hurricane Michael destroyed Tyndall AFB Maj. Boudreaux learned his father was killed in a plane crash. “My dad was a great example of an airman, a patriot, a husband, a father, a son, a brother and a friend. His legacy is one of love, hope, thankfulness and happiness. We would all do well to try to live our lives the way he did. Through this difficult experience, the incredible friendship and relationships with the people with whom we work has been invaluable and will never be forgotten,” said Boudreaux. (Courtesy Photo)

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