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Rescue work involved troops from the Air Force, the Navy and the Civil Guard
They recover the body of the pilot, who died in the plane crash yesterday in front of the Manga del Mar Menor. According to the information falsified by the Army, the body of Eduardo Fermín Garvalena remained inside the aircraft. The usual thing in these cases is that their mortal remains are transferred to the offices of the Institute of Legal Medicine in Cartagena.
According to the Office of Communication of the Air Force, a large part of the plane has also been recovered and the remains have been moved to the headquarters of the San Javier General Air Academy where they will be analyzed by CITAAM, the Commission for Technical Accident Investigation of Military Aircraft that depends on the Ministry of Defense.
The funeral will be this Saturday at the AGA in the strictest privacy, although it is waiting for what the judge says. This will be the third funeral that the AGA has been hosting since September 2019, after the one officiated by Commander Francisco Marín, who died on August 26 in circumstances similar to those of Garvalena, and the one held by instructor Daniel Melero and Ensign Rosa Almirón, that perished on September 18 when the Tamiz E-26 plane they rushed into the Mar Menor.
Air Force, Navy and Civil Guard troops resumed on Friday the search tasks to try to recover the body of Commander Eduardo Fermín Garvalena, who died Thursday after falling to the sea, off the coast of La Manga, when he was flying the C-101 aircraft of the Eagle Patrol during a test. The Minister of Defense, Margarita Robles, reported this morning the seat and remains of the body of the Eagle Patrol commander Eduardo Fermín Garvalena Crespo had been found.
MESSAGE FROM THE EAGLE PATROL
The Eagle patrol has published this morning a farewell tweet to his partner, Commander Eduardo Garvalena, who died late yesterday in a tragic accident “when he was doing routine training.”
“Broken of pain yesterday we were one more piece of our Eagle Patrol,” says the tweet accompanied by a photograph of Eduardo next to his plane C-101. “Rest in peace patrol,” concludes the message in this popular social network
Garvalena was for two years the Eagle 5-Solo of this acrobatic unit of the Air Force and is responsible for taking the plane to its limits in the safest and most spectacular way. There is a circumstance that the injured pilot replaced Francisco Marín , the instructor of the General Air Academy (AGA) who died in similar circumstances last August, had an experience of more than 2,000 flight hours in different positions Army squads.
The president of the autonomous community of Murcia, Fernando López Miras , has expressed his condolences for the death of the Eagle Patrol commander and has moved the pride that the entire Region feels for those who dedicate their lives to the country. Miras has made these statements during an act of recognition of the professionals involved in the organ transplant process, and has expressed his “deepest sadness” for the event.
He has defined Garvalena as “an extraordinary pilot” for which “today Murcia mourn with the whole family and the Air Force the loss of one of ours.”