Honor Guard Soldiers with the N.Y. Army National Guard stand ready for the funeral procession to begin for Pfc. Emmanuel Mensah at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Bronx, N.Y., Feb. 17, 2018. New York City fire officials credit Mensah with saving four lives during an apartment building fire Dec. 28, 2017, rescuing people three times before he returned to the building and did not come out. Pfc. Mensah completed Advanced Individual Training at Fort Lee, Va., in early Dec. 2017, and intended to serve as a wheeled vehicle mechanic and begin drilling with the New York Army National Guard's 107th Mi

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Honor Guard Soldiers with the N.Y. Army National Guard stand ready for the funeral procession to begin for Pfc. Emmanuel Mensah at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Bronx, N.Y., Feb. 17, 2018. New York City fire officials credit Mensah with saving four lives during an apartment building fire Dec. 28, 2017, rescuing people three times before he returned to the building and did not come out. Pfc. Mensah completed Advanced Individual Training at Fort Lee, Va., in early Dec. 2017, and intended to serve as a wheeled vehicle mechanic and begin drilling with the New York Army National Guard's 107th Mi
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Honor Guard Soldiers with the N.Y. Army National Guard stand ready for the funeral procession to begin for Pfc. Emmanuel Mensah at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Bronx, N.Y., Feb. 17, 2018. New York City fire officials credit Mensah with saving four lives during an apartment building fire Dec. 28, 2017, rescuing people three times before he returned to the building and did not come out. Pfc. Mensah completed Advanced Individual Training at Fort Lee, Va., in early Dec. 2017, and intended to serve as a wheeled vehicle mechanic and begin drilling with the New York Army National Guard's 107th Military Police Company in Jan. 2018 prior to his death. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Michael Davis)

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