Twin Brothers Flew Apache Flight Together in Afghanistan

 In Afghanistan, U.S. Army, Air

Chief Warrant Officer 4 Isaac Smith and Chief Warrant Officer 4 Stewart Smith are two iden­ti­cal twins serv­ing as heli­copter pilots in the U.S. mil­i­tary.

Picture 5: Chief Warrant Officer 4 Isaac Smith (left) and Chief Warrant Officer 4 Stewart Smith (right) pose in 2003 next to an APH-64 Apache helicopter. (Courtesy photo by CW4 Isaac and Stewart Smith)

Isaac is a HH-60M Blackhawk heli­copter pilot on attache­ment to 2nd General Support Aviation Battalion, 4th Aviation Regiment (TF Mustang), 4th Combat Aviation Brigade, 4th Infantry Division while is broth­er Stewart is a AH-64D Apache heli­copter pilot assigned to the 1st Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, 211th Aviation Regiment, Utah National Guard.

Both are deployed with Task Force Mustang in sup­port of Operation Resolute Support in Afghanistan.

On Aug. 31, both men were able to share a flight togeth­er for the first time ever since they went to serve in the Army National Guard as cannon crew mem­bers when they were 17 years-old.

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