Channing Moss and the Men Who Saved Him: Where Are They Now?

Five years have passed since these men risked their lives for Channing Moss.

May 26, 2011 — -- More than five years have passed since a group of brave servicemen risked their lives to save Pvt. Channing Moss after an unexploded rocket-propelled grenade struck the Army gunner's abdomen and remained lodged there. Read on for updates on Moss and the men who kept him alive.

Medevac Crew based in Salerno, Afghanistan: The members of the chopper crew who transported Moss while the unexploded RPG stuck out of his body – Chief Warrant Officer 3 Jorge Correa, MEDEVAC pilot; Sgt. John Collier, flight medic; Chief Warrant Officer 3 Jeremy Smith, co-pilot, and SSG Christian Roberts, crew chief -- were awarded the Air Medal for their heroism against an armed enemy. Correa and Smith still work together – both were deployed to Iraq after their service in Afghanistan. They are currently stationed in Stuttgart, Germany. Correa is an Army Airplane Flight Instructor. Smith is now qualified to fly fixed wing, C-12 Kingair airplanes for the Army.

Kevin Kirk: Dr. Kevin Kirk, the orthopedic surgeon who operated on Moss, received an Army Commendation Medal with Valor. Kirk, who was later promoted to Lieutenant Colonel, is Chief, Orthopedic Surgery Service at Brooke Army Medical Center, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas. He is currently deployed with the 936th Forward Surgical Team in Afghanistan.

He is now the incoming Trauma Program Director at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Germany. The trauma center receives all U.S. and coalition casualties from combat theaters in Europe and Africa. Dr. Oh and his wife, Susan, have two children, Liam Thomas and Eva Lily.

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