Mike Elliott, captain of the All Veteran Parachute Team, drops in to deliver keys for a new home to Army Ranger 1st Lt. Nathan Rimpf. Elliot, a former U.S. Army Golden Knight, was one of four to parachute in on the event from a plane and to land to the sound of fireworks.
Mike Elliott, captain of the All Veteran Parachute Team, drops in to deliver keys for a new home to Army Ranger 1st Lt. Nathan Rimpf. Elliot, a former U.S. Army Golden Knight, was one of four to parachute in on the event from a plane and to land to the sound of fireworks. kjahner@newsobserver.com
Mike Elliott, captain of the All Veteran Parachute Team, drops in to deliver keys for a new home to Army Ranger 1st Lt. Nathan Rimpf. Elliot, a former U.S. Army Golden Knight, was one of four to parachute in on the event from a plane and to land to the sound of fireworks. kjahner@newsobserver.com

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